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The article in the issue 7/8:

The date of the publication:
2013-11-15
The number of pages:
55
The issue:
7/8
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Bruce Foltz, Michael Craig Rhodes, Fabien Schang, Sergey S. Tarasenko, George Kiraz, Andrew Schumann,

LHPS Henri Poincaré, University of Lorraine, France;
Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia

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Logic in Opposition

It is claimed hereby that, against a current view of logic as a theory of consequence, opposition is a basic logical concept that can be used to define consequence itself. This requires some substantial changes in the underlying framework, including: a non-Fregean semantics of questions and answers, instead of the usual truth-conditional semantics; an extension of opposition as a relation between any structured objects; a definition of oppositions in terms of basic negation. Objections to this claim will be reviewed.

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