On preserving

Logica Universalis 1 (2):295-310 (2007)
.  This paper examines the underpinnings of the preservationist approach to characterizing inference relations. Starting with a critique of the ‘truth-preservation’ semantic paradigm, we discuss the merits of characterizing an inference relation in terms of preserving consistency. Finally we turn our attention to the generalization of consistency introduced in the early work of Jennings and Schotch, namely the concept of level.
Keywords Preservationism  paraconsistency
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DOI 10.1007/s11787-007-0015-x
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