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|Abstract||There are many reasons why one might be tempted to reject certain instances of the law of excluded middle. And it is initially natural to take ‘reject’ to mean ‘deny’, that is, ‘assert the negation of’. But if we assert the negation of a disjunction, we certainly ought to assert the negation of each disjunct (since the disjunction is weaker1 than the disjuncts). So asserting..|
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