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Consecuencia lógica: modelos conjuntistas y aspectos modales

Revista de Filosofía, 2006 01/2007;
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ABSTRACT De acuerdo a Etchemendy, Tarski incurre en una falacia modal al intentar ofrecer un análisis de los aspectos modales del concepto intuitivo de consecuencia lógica. En este trabajo, me propongo discutir la plausibilidad de la tesis de que es posible captar las características modales del concepto intuitivo de consecuencia a través de un concepto de consecuencia definido generalizando sobre interpretaciones conjuntistas. En particular, argumentaré que los problemas que pueden detectarse en las argumentaciones que han ofrecido aquellos que quieren salvar el salto de lo general a lo modal mostrando que hay suficientes interpretaciones conjuntistas como para representar las características modales del concepto intuitivo de consecuencia son problemas emparentados con la posibilidad de ofrecer una teoría matemática precisa del concepto de interpretación, cuya solución deberá seguir las usuales respuestas a este problema y no con la posibilidad específica de reconstruir los rasgos modales a trevés de alguna noción conjuntista de modelo. According to Etchemendy, in attempting to offer an analysis of the modal features of the intuitive concept of logical consequence, Tarski has committed a modal fallacy. In this paper, I consider the thesis according to it is posible to analyze the modals properties of concept of logical consequence through of a generalization on set-theoretical interpretations. As is known, some philosophers have tried to argue for the transit from the general to the modal by showing that there are enough settheoretic interpretations so as to be able to represent the modal features of the intuitive concept of consequence. As is also known, those people have encountered a lot of difficulties. In the present paper, I will try to show that those problems are related not with the specific possibility of accounting for the modal features by means of a set-theoretic notion of model but with the possibility of coming up with a precise mathematical theory for the concept of interpretation, and, as such, they can be solved by way of appealing to the usual solutions to this problem.

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