Behold! The Handbook of Mereology!

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Der Autor und der Herausgeber müssen die Bücher wie mit dem Schleudersitz verlassen, wenn es nicht noch weitere zehn Jahre dauern soll.

Das machte ich vor Kurzem als letzter Mitherausgeber vor der Drucklegung und Serienherausgeber. An meiner Stelle hätte ein mittelalterlicher Bischof seine Unterschrift unter die Worte nihil obstat und imprimatur gesetzt.

Vorbestellungen mit Preisnachlass beim Verlag. Publikationstermin: 20.10.2017


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Unless they want it to have a delay of ten more years, authors and editors abandon a book with the ejection seat instead of seeking the absolutely secure landing.

This is what I just did as the last co-editor and the managing editor of the series. If I were a medieval bishop I would put my signature under the words nihil obstat and imprimatur

Order now for 15% off and keep the publication date in mind: Oct 20, 2017.

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The contributions:

Jean-Yves Béziau / Stamatios Gerogiorgakis, „The Many Dimensions of the Square of Opposition. Introduction“

Paul J.E. Dekker, „Heraclitean Oppositions“

Juliette Lemaire, „Is Aristotle the Father of the Square of Opposition?“

Stamatios Gerogiorgakis, „A Vindication of a secundum-quid-et-simpliciter Solution of the Paradox of Epimenides by Way of Mereological Hexagons“

Enrique Alvarez and Manuel Correia, „Conversion and Opposition: Traditional and Theoretical Formulations“

Régis Angot-Pellissier, „Taoist Logical Hexagon. The Philosophical Meaning of 3-opposition and Weak 2-opposition in Cosmology“

Ka-fat Chow, „Opposition Inferences and Generalized Quantifiers“

Claudio Pizzi, „Contingency Logics and Modal Squares of Opposition“

Christan de Ronde, Hector Freytes and Graciela Domenech, „Quantum Mechanics and the Interpretation of the Orthomodular Square of Opposition“

Luca Tranchini and Michael Arndt, „A Constructive View of the Square of Oppositions“

Aytollah Zadeh Shirazi, „2n-polygon of Opposition and 2n-tuples Satisfying It“

François Nicolas, „The Hexagon of Opposition in Music“

Jean-Yves Béziau, „Opposition and Order“

Jonas R. Becker Arenhart and Décio Krause, „Oppositions and Quantum Mechanics: Superposition and Identity“

Katarzyna Gan-Krzywoszyńska and Piotr Leśniewski, „An Erotetic Hexagon: Oppositions as a Basis for the Logic of Questions“

Fabio Tfouni, „Interdiction and Silence: A Traditional Reading of the Square of Opposition“