Alfred Tarski and the "Concept of Truth in Formalized Languages"

A Running Commentary with Consideration of the Polish Original and the German Translation

Logic, Epistemology, and the Unity of Science Band 39

Monika Gruber

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This book provides a detailed commentary on the classic monograph by Alfred Tarski, and offers a reinterpretation and retranslation of the work using the original Polish text and the English and German translations. In the original work, Tarski presents a method for constructing definitions of truth for classical, quantificational formal languages.  Furthermore, using the defined notion of truth, he demonstrates that it is possible to provide intuitively adequate definitions of the semantic notions of definability and denotation and that the notion in a structure can be defined in a way that is analogous to that used to define truth. Tarski’s piece is considered to be one of the major contributions to logic, semantics, and epistemology in the 20th century. However, the author points out that some mistakes were introduced into the text when it was translated into German in 1935. As the 1956 English version of the work was translated from the German text, those discrepancies were carried over in addition to new mistakes. The author has painstakingly compared the three texts, sentence-by-sentence, highlighting the inaccurate translations, offering explanations as to how they came about, and commenting on how they have influenced the content and suggesting a correct interpretation of certain passages. Furthermore, the author thoroughly examines Tarski’s article, offering interpretations and comments on the work.

Monika Gruber wurde 1971 geboren und wuchs auf einem Bauernhof in Tittenkofen, Landkreis Erding auf. Sie war Fremdsprachensekretärin und schloss eine Schauspielausbildung an der Schauspielschule Zerboni ab. Ab 2000 war Gruber fünf Jahre lang Ensemblemitglied der Iberl-Bühne bei Georg Maier in München. 2005 ging sie mit ersten kabarettistischen Bühnenprogrammen auf Tour und ist regelmäßig im Fernsehen präsent.

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Einband gebundene Ausgabe
Seitenzahl 187
Erscheinungsdatum 12.09.2016
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-3-319-32614-6
Verlag Springer
Maße (L/B/H) 24,3/16,4/2 cm
Gewicht 4262 g
Abbildungen 42 schwarzweisse Abbildungen
Auflage 1st ed. 2016

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  • Part 1. Introduction.- Chapter 1. Remarks on the objective of the dissertation.-  Chapter 2. Remarks on the construction and the content of the dissertation.- Chapter 3. The text versions used in the present dissertation.- Chapter 4. General terminological questions and translational issues.- Chapter 5. Intuition.- Chapter 6. Materially adequate and formally correct definition.- Chapter 7. Sentence vs. Statement.- Chapter 8. Quantification.- Chapter 9. Consistency.- Chapter 10. Articles.- Chapter 11. Metatheory vs. metascience.- Part 2. Commentary.- Chapter 12. Introduction.- Chapter 13. The Concept of True Sentence in Everyday or Colloquial Language.- Chapter 14. Formalized Languages, especially the Language of the Calculus of Classes.- Chapter 15. The Concept of True Sentence in the Language of the Calculus of Classes.- Chapter 16. The Concept of True Sentence in Languages of Finite Order.- Chapter 17. The Concept of True Sentence in Languages of Infinite Order.- Chapter 18. Summary.- Chapter 19. Postscript.- Conclusion.