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Volume 33, Number 2 (1992), 291-297. If P, then Q: Conditionals and the foundations of reasoning. More by Robert Stalnaker.
then Q, or the conditional If Q then P. But from this it follows that either If I. .After a historical introduction through the first half of the book, Sanford then turns to his own theory. But from this it follows that either If I sneeze you will dance a tango, or else If you dance a tango I will. Unlike McGee, I did not find this part valuable as a treatment of conditionals, but valuable as a source of.
If P, Then Q: Conditionals and the Foundations of Reasoning. Published: 1 March 1992. by Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic
If P, then Q: Conditionals and the foundations of reasoning. by Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic. in Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic. Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic, Volume 33, pp 291-297; doi:10.
Since its publication in 1989, David Sanford's If P, then Q has become one of the most widely respected works in the field of conditionals. Part One gives an historical overview of the history of philosophical treatments of Since its publication in 1989, David Sanford's If P, then Q has become one of the most widely respected works in the field of conditionals.
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For other people named David Sanford, see David Sanford (disambiguation). David H. Sanford (born 1937) is a professor of philosophy at Duke University. He specializes in perception and metaphysics. Sanford studied at Cass Technical High School, Oberlin College and at Wayne State University. From 2006 to 2007, he was president of the Society for Philosophy and Psychology.