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  1. Stephen Read (2003). Logical Consequences as Truth-Preservation. Logique and Analyse 183 (4):479-493.
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  2. Adrian Heathcote (2003). Truthmaking and the Alleged Need for Relevance. Logique and Analyse 46 (183-184):345-364.
    Since 1969, when Bas van Fraassen wrote 'Facts and Tautological Entailments', it has been assumed that if facts, or states of affairs, exist at all, they can only play the role of truthmakers for propositions if the truthmaker relation is defined in a relevantist revision of classical logic. Greg Restall revived this notion in 1996, and it has since been discussed positively by Stephen Read. I argue in this paper that this was always a mistake. The truthmaking relation between facts (...)
     
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