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Logica Universalis 2 (1):155-165 (2008)
|Abstract||. In this paper we present a proposal that (i) could validate more relations in the square than those allowed by classical logic (ii) without a modification of canonical notation neither of current symbolization of categorical statements though (iii) with a different but reliable semantics.|
|Keywords||Weakening semantics pseudo-weak logics classical zero- and first-order logic traditional square of opposition|
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