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Logical Pluralism

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[Revised entry by Gillian Russell on January 10, 2019. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] Logical pluralism is the view that there is more than one correct logic. Logics are theories of validity: they tell us, for different arguments, whether or not that argument is of a valid form. Different logics disagree about which argument forms are valid.[1] For example, logics like Classical and Strong Kleene logic tell us that that ex falso quodlibet, the argument form below, is valid:...

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