Introduction: From Information at Large to Semantics of Logics

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We take stock of various views and approaches to information, in general. Then we explicate some relationships between logics and information—to provide an explanation (even a justification) for the title of the volume. The multifaceted character of information based logics leads to a bewildering assortment of linkages between the papers in this volume. We highlight touching points between consecutive papers in the rest of the volume.




Bimbó, K. (2016). Introduction: From Information at Large to Semantics of Logics. In Outstanding Contributions to Logic (Vol. 8, pp. 1–14). Springer.

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