The Situation in Logic
Situation Theory and situation semantics are recent approaches to language and information, approaches first formulated by Jon Barwise and John Perry in Situations and Attitudes (1983). The present volume collects some of Barwise's papers written since then, those directly concerned with relations among logic, situation theory, and situation semantics. Several papers appear here for the first time.
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Scenes and Other Situations
Logic and Information
On the Circumstantial Relation
Situations and Small Worlds
Conditionals and Conditional Information
Information and Circumstance
Unburdening the Language of Thought
Situations Sets and the Axiom of Foundation
On the Model Theory of Common Knowledge
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