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Pragmatic and dialogic interpretations of bi-intuitionism. Part I

  
@article{LLPLLP.2014.011,
	author = {Gianluigi Bellin and Massimiliano Carrara and Daniele Chiffi and Alessandro Menti},
	title = {Pragmatic and dialogic interpretations of bi-intuitionism. Part I},
	journal = {Logic and Logical Philosophy},
	volume = {23},
	number = {4},
	year = {2014},
	keywords = {bi-intuitionism; categorical proof theory; justificationism; meaning-asuse; speech-acts theory},
	abstract = {We consider a “polarized” version of bi-intuitionistic logic [5, 2, 6, 4] as a logic of assertions and hypotheses and show that it supports a “rich proof theory” and an interesting categorical interpretation, unlike the standard approach of C. Rauszer’s Heyting-Brouwer logic [28, 29], whose categorical models are all partial orders by Crolard’s theorem [8]. We show that P.A. Melliès notion of chirality [21, 22] appears as the right mathematical representation of the mirror symmetry between the intuitionistic and co-intuitionistc sides of polarized bi-intuitionism. Philosophically, we extend Dalla Pozza and Garola’s pragmatic interpretation of intuitionism as a logic of assertions [10] to bi-intuitionism as a logic of assertions and hypotheses. We focus on the logical role of illocutionary forces and justification conditions in order to provide “intended interpretations” of logical systems that classify inferential uses in natural language and remain acceptable from an intuitionistic point of view. Although Dalla Pozza and Garola originally provide a constructive interpretation of intuitionism in a classical setting, we claim that some conceptual refinements suffice to make their “pragmatic interpretation” a bona fide representation of intuitionism. We sketch a meaning-asuse interpretation of co-intuitionism that seems to fulfil the requirements of Dummett and Prawitz’s justificationist approach. We extend the Brouwer-Heyting-Kolmogorov interpretation to bi-intuitionism by regarding co-intuitionistic formulas as types of the evidence for them: if conclusive evidence is needed to justify assertions, only a scintilla of evidence suffices to justify hypotheses.},
	issn = {2300-9802},
	url = {http://apcz.umk.pl/czasopisma/index.php/LLP/article/view/LLP.2014.011},
	pages = {449--480}
}