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SNePS considered as a fully intensional propositional semantic network
 The Knowledge Frontier
, 1987
"... W’e present a formal s \ ntax and semantics for SNePS considered as the (modeled) mind of a cogn:ti\e agent. The semantics is based on a Meinongian theory of ’ the intensional objects of ’ thought that is appropriate for 41 considered as “computational philosophy ” or “computational psychology”. 1. ..."
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W’e present a formal s \ ntax and semantics for SNePS considered as the (modeled) mind of a cogn:ti\e agent. The semantics is based on a Meinongian theory of ’ the intensional objects of ’ thought that is appropriate for 41 considered as “computational philosophy ” or “computational psychology”. 1. INTRODUCTION. W’e present a formal syntax and semantics for the SNePS Semantic Network P recessing System (Shapiro 1979), based on a \leinongian theory of the intensional objects of thought (Rapaport 198Sa). Such a theory avoids possible worlds and is appropriate
NONALETHIC MEINONGIAN LOGIC
"... Abstract. The purpose of this work is to provide an answer to two fundamental questions: 1) Can a nonalethic logic be a Meinongian logic? And consequently 2) Can a nonalethic logic be an adequate logic for a Meinongian theory of objects? Using the results of da Costa ..."
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Abstract. The purpose of this work is to provide an answer to two fundamental questions: 1) Can a nonalethic logic be a Meinongian logic? And consequently 2) Can a nonalethic logic be an adequate logic for a Meinongian theory of objects? Using the results of da Costa