A proof theoretical account of polarity items and monotonic inference
|Abstract||i. M is positive in M . ii. M is positive (negative) in P Q iﬀ M is positive (negative) in P . iii. M is positive (negative) in P Q iﬀ M is positive (negative) in Q, and P denotes..|
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