By Searle J.R., Vanderveken D.
It is a formal and systematic research of the logical foundations of speech act conception. The examine of speech acts has been a flourishing department of the philosophy of language and linguistics over the past 20 years, and John Searle has in fact himself made one of the most remarkable contributions to that research within the series of books Speech Acts (1969), Expression and that means (1979) and Intentionality (1983). In collaboration with Daniel Vanderveken he now provides the 1st formalised good judgment of a normal conception of speech acts, facing things like the character of an illocutionary strength, the logical kind of its parts, and the stipulations of luck of basic illocutionary acts. The significant chapters current a scientific exposition of the axioms and common legislation of illocutionary common sense
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Pogorzelski, T. Prucnal, M. Tokarz, K. Trz~sicki, and R. Wojcicki, not to mention the great precursors of the subject - J. Lukasiewicz, A. Tarski, and M. Wajsberg) contributed tremendously to the research in manyvalued logics34 . Polish logicians also made important strides in the fields of intuitionistic logic (H. Rasiowa, R. Sikorski, P. Wojtylak, A. Wronski), modal logic (A. Grzegorczyk, E. Orlowska, J. Perzanowski, H. Rasiowa, C. Rauszer, J. Hawranek, and T. Skura), and relevance logic (W. Dziobiak, M.
Los, J. Slupecki and W. A. Pogorzelski. One of the key papers on this subject was "The Algebraic Treatment of the Methodology of Elementary Deductive Systems,,24 by J. Los. The research in this area was carried out also by A. Grzegorczyk and R. Suszko among others. It was Suszko who first developed the idea of "abstract logic" 25 . There are two important aspects of the theory of consequence. First is the methodological aspect. Tarski developed the consequence theory as a theory of "deductive systems".
Block, and D. Pigozzi29. 27The papers addressed here are: J. LoS, R. Suszko, "Remarks on Sentential Logic", Indagationes Mathematicae 20, 1958, 177-183, and R. Wojcicki "Some Remarks on the Consequence Operation in Sentential Logics", Fundamenta Mathematicae 68, 1970, 269279. 28The results mentioned here as well as those of other logicians (W. Blok, H. Hiz, J. LoS, D. Pigozzi, H. A. Pogorzelski, and others) are discussed in: R. Wojcicki, Theory of Logical Calculi; Basic Theory of Consequence Opemtions, Kluwer, 1988.