## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 72N. Zanichelli, 1979 - Nuclear physics |

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Since elementary propositions are proved in a dialog in a certain temporal

sequence, one might argue that a compound proposition, e.g. «-> b, is related to

two time values t„ and t„, respectively, the order of which ... The material

Since elementary propositions are proved in a dialog in a certain temporal

sequence, one might argue that a compound proposition, e.g. «-> b, is related to

two time values t„ and t„, respectively, the order of which ... The material

**dialog**-**game**.Page 284

be eliminated in the formal

definition of the logical connectives, the dialogs of which are of course infinite.

Therefore, we get the argument-rule: The argument rule ^1,(2) which restricts the

...

be eliminated in the formal

**dialog**-**game**. Instead we go back to the originaldefinition of the logical connectives, the dialogs of which are of course infinite.

Therefore, we get the argument-rule: The argument rule ^1,(2) which restricts the

...

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In order to incorporate all formal commensurabilities which can be proved by

means of the calculus K into the rules of the formal quantum

formulate the additional argument-rule : A,(l) a) 0 is not allowed to attack the

initial ...

In order to incorporate all formal commensurabilities which can be proved by

means of the calculus K into the rules of the formal quantum

**dialog**-**game**, weformulate the additional argument-rule : A,(l) a) 0 is not allowed to attack the

initial ...

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E Amaldi Radioactivity a pragmatic pillar of probabilistic | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Final remarks | 21 |

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