L. T. F. Gamut

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L. T. F. Gamut was a collective pseudonym for the Dutch logicians Johan van Benthem, Jeroen Groenendijk, Dick de Jongh, Martin Stokhof and Henk Verkuyl.[1]

Gamut stands for the Dutch universities of Groningen (G), Amsterdam (am), and Utrecht (ut), then the affiliations of the authors.[2] The initials L. T. F. stand for the discussed topics, respectively, Logic (Dutch: Logica), Language (Dutch: Taal) and Philosophy (Dutch: Filosofie).

References[edit]

  1. ^ Preface to Logic, Language and Meaning, by L. T. F. Gamut, University of Chicago Press, 1991.
  2. ^ JSTOR 2275619

Publications[edit]

  • Logica, taal en betekenis I: inleiding in de logica, Het Spectrum, 1982. (Dutch)
  • Logica, taal en betekenis II: intensionele logica en logische grammatica, Het Spectrum, 1982. (Dutch)
  • Logic, Language and Meaning, Volume I: Introduction to Logic, University of Chicago Press, 1991. Translation and revision of Logica, taal en betekenis I.
  • Logic, Language and Meaning, Volume II: Intensional Logic and Logical Grammar, University of Chicago Press, 1991. Translation and revision of Logica, taal en betekenis II.