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Studies in Talmudic Logic


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The Textual Inference Rules Klal uPrat

How the Talmud defines Sets

Michael Abraham, Dov Gabbay, Gabriel Hazut, Yosef E. Maruvka and Uri Schild

We analyse the Klal uPrat family of textual rules in the Talmud. We view them as common-sense practical rules for defining sets. Such methods do not exist in general common-sense logical systems, and they complement the existing common-sense (non-monotonic) deductive logics.

6 May 2010

978-1-84890-001-1

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