|Abstract||In this sequel, linear algebra methods are used to study the Routley Functor, both in single Neckers and in Necker chains. The latter display a certain irreducible higher-order inconsistency. A definition of degree of inconsistency is given, which classifies such inconsistency correctly with other examples of local and global inconsistency.|
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