Review of Advances in Proof-Theoretic Semantics edited by Thomas Piecha and Peter Schroeder-Heister, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (2016)

What could you mean by the term “proof-theoretic semantics” (PTS)? At first glance, it could mean either the semantics of proof theory, or perhaps it’s more likely to mean semantics conducted using the tools of proof theory. And that’s the enterprise that the fifteen authors intend to advance in the sixteen papers in this edited collection…

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