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Claudio Pizzi   (°1944)

Claudio Pizzi authored the following 9 sources, containing a total of 40 diagrams.

Pascucci, Matteo, and Claudio Pizzi. 2022. “Normatively Determined Propositions.” In Diagrammatic Representation and Inference, edited by Valeria Giardino, Sven Linker, Richard Burns, Francesco Bellucci, Jean-Michel Boucheix, and Petrucio Viana, 78–85. Cham: Springer. (0 diagrams)
Pascucci, Matteo, and Claudio Pizzi. 2022. “Permanence vs. Termination: A Logical Analysis.” Logique et Analyse 257: 57–78. (0 diagrams)
Pizzi, Claudio. 2017. “Contingency Logics and Modal Squares of Opposition.” In New Dimensions of the Square of Opposition, edited by Jean-Yves Beziau and Stamatios Gerogiorgakis, 201–220. München: Philosophia Verlag. (0 diagrams)
Pizzi, Claudio. 2016. “Generalization and Composition of Modal Squares of Oppositions.” Logica Universalis 10 (2–3): 313–325. (25 diagrams)
Pizzi, Claudio. 2012. “A Proposal on Belief, Abduction and Interpretation.” In Philosophy and Cognitive Science. Western & Eastern Studies, edited by Lorenzo Magnani and Ping Li, 173–184. Berlin: Springer. (2 diagrams)
Pizzi, Claudio. 2009. “The Problem of Existential Import in First-Order Consequential Logics.” In The Many Sides of Logic, edited by Walter Carnielli, Marcelo E. Coniglio, and Itala M. Loffredo D’Ottaviano, 133–150. London: College Publications. (4 diagrams)
Carnielli, Walter, and Claudio Pizzi. 2008. Modalities and Multimodalities. Berlin: Springer. (1 diagram)
Pizzi, Claudio. 2008. “Aristotle’s Cubes and Consequential Implication.” Logica Universalis 2 (1): 143–153. (6 diagrams)
Pizzi, Claudio. 2004. “Cotenability and the Logic of Consequential Implication.” Logic Journal of the IGPL 12 (6): 561–579. (2 diagrams)
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