Cubic logic, Ulam games, and paraconsistency

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In this paper we call for attention to be paid to the link between logic and geometry. To apply this theme, we survey the connection between n-cubes, Lukasiewicz logics and Ulam games. We then extend what is known to the case where the number of permitted lies in a Ulam game exceeds 1. We conclude by identifying the precise sense in which these logics are paraconsistent
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Chris Mortensen, Inconsistent Mathematics. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
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