The Tractatus and the Need of Non-Truth-Functional Operations

João Vergilio Gallerani Cuter


The Tractatus is bound to recognize that not every operation is a truth-functional one. Non-truth-functional operations are essential in applied arithmetic, although arithmetical series can be defined in independence of them.


philosophy; 20th century philosophy; Wittgenstein Ludwig; logical operation; truth function; connective; quantifier; number; philosophy of logic; philosophy of mathematics

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