Andrzej Wiśniewski

Basic concepts of Inferential Erotetic Logic in view of generalized entailment

Generalized entailment (cf. [2]) is a semantic relation between a family of sets of well-formed formulas and a set of well-formed formulas. Both single-conclusion entailment and multiple-conclusion entailment can be modelled in terms of generalized entailment. Moreover, one can explicate interrogative entailment understood in the Hamblin-Groenendijk/Stokhof manner by means of generalized entailment. In my talk I will point out some connec- tions between generalized entailment and the basic concepts of Inferential Erotetic Logic (cf. [1]).

References

[1] A. Wiśniewski. Questions, Inferences, and Scenarios. College Publications, London, 2013.

[2] A. Wiśniewski. Generalized entailments. Logic and Logical Philosophy, 2017. DOI: 10.12775/LLP.2017.014.