Logic and Philosophy of Logic > Logical Expressions > Logical Connectives > Logical Connectives, Misc
|Summary||Any connective defined in any logic which does not correspond to a conjunction, disjunction, conditionals, or negation which is under discussion in the work belongs here. However, I wish to distinguish between "Logical Connectives, Misc" and "Connectives, Misc" in two ways. (1) The latter is more appropriate when the connective is not one of the above but nonetheless has a clear linguistic equivalent. The former is more appropriate in the absence of such an equivalent. (2) Even in the presence of such an equivalent, if the discussion concerns the purely formal properties of the connective, it fits in both categories.|
|Key works||For logical connectives in group (1) in the summary, there is rarely a key work; for those in group (2) in the summary, there may well be, but this will vary with the connective of which there are far too many to enumerate.|
|Introductions||For logical connectives in group (1) in the summary, there is almost never an introductory work; for those in group (2) in the summary, there may well be, but this will vary with the connective of which there are far too many to enumerate.|
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