Aula Magna 2

Philosophical Paraconsistency

Jean-Yves Béziau
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
jyb.logician@gmail.com

Abstract

In this talk I will discuss how on the one hand we can develop philosophical ideas inspired by paraconsitent logic and how on the other hand we can establish a solid philosophical basis for having meaningful constructions of paraconsistent systems. I will give many different examples and comment a variety of paraconsistent negations.

References

J.-Y.Beziau, “Cats that are not cats – Towards a natural philosophy of paraconsistency”, in L.Magnani et al. (eds), John Woods’s Festschrift, College Publications, London, 2019.

J.-Y.Beziau, “Round squares are no contradictions”, in New Directions in Paraconsistent Logic, Springer, New Delhi, 2015, pp.39-55.

J.-Y.Beziau, “Adventures in the paraconsistent jungle”, in Handbook of Paraconsistency, College Publication, London, 2007, pp.63-80.

J.-Y.Beziau, “The paraconsistent logic Z – A possible solution to Jaskowski’s problem”, Logic and Logical Philosophy, 15 (2006), pp.99–111.

N.C.A. da Costa and J.-Y.Beziau, “Is God paraconsistent?”, in R.Silvestre et al. (eds), Springer International Publishing, Cham, 2019.