Truth in Dialogue Logic and Game-Theoretical Semantics (GTS)

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A. M. Pavlova

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In this paper truth in two game-theoretical approaches is considered, namely: in dialogue logic of Paul Lorenzen and Kuno Lorenz and game-theoretical semantics proposed by Jaakko Hintikka and developed by Gabriel Sandu. In the course of the article the principal features of the semantic conceptions of game-theoretical semantics and dialogue logic are revealed and compared. Thus, two concepts of truth are considered, that is, truth in game-theoretical semantics and truth in dialogue logic. In both cases truth is defined as an existence of a winning strategy for the player defending the formula. The connection between those two consists in a possibility to transform the winning strategy for the player in one system into the winning strategy for the corresponding player in the other one following the exact and finite algorithm. The result of the comparison makes it possible to get a certain understanding of the relation between model-theoretical and proof-theoretical approaches.

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