Логическая семантика: перспективы для философии языка и эпистемологии. Сборник научных статей, посвященных юбилею Е.Д. Смирновой
An issue of ontological commitments of the language often is just stated without being the subject to analysis and considerations. Some aspects of logical semantics prove to have an ontological perspective as the result of variety of methods of semantic analysis. In case of formal languages ontological commitments require the strict formulation which allows even to introduce some brief version of the typology of those.
In this paper we introduce distinction between “ontologically non-fregean” logics and “pragmatically non-fregean” ones; by means of such distinction a classification of non-fregean logics is presented as well. We believe that NFL must be considered as a many-leveled structure; each level taken separately may vary in different way – from classical to non-classical. It is not these levels themselves that we should call “fregean” or “non-fregean”, but the ways they are stuck together within the whole system. The more levels a system has, the more kinds of “fregean” and “non-fregean” we can find in it.