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Syntax: Syntax is a collective term for systems that regulate the composition of signs into linear combinations (strings), as opposed to the semantics interpreting these strings. Syntax questions concern the permissibility, in short, the existence of combinations, not the resulting being true or false of the interpreted formulas. See also proof theory, existence, morphology, semantics, pragmatics, linguistics.

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Syntax/Logic/Berka: also the formalistic view of mathematics, founded by Hilbert, has increasingly observed semantic questions. This can be seen in the later editions of the "Grundzüge der theoretischen Logik" (Hilbert Ackermann).
Syntax/Berka: Authorization: 1. The creation of a formal language is already a necessary and above all an independent task.
2. Metal logic: meta logic can be established and formulated syntactically easier than semantically.
Semantics/Logic/Berka: Semantics is not philosophically neutral. It is about Platonism/Nominalism.
Platonism: Scholz (1941), Church (1951), Bernays (1931).


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Brk I
K. Berka/L. Kreiser
Logik Texte Berlin 1983


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