Could it be the case that if I am right my opponents will be pleased? A rejoinder to Johnson-Laird, Byrne and girotto

Topoi 28 (1):81-85 (2009)
Abstract
I take up the four issues considered by Johnson-Laird, Byrne and Girotto in their reply to Politzer ( 2007 ). Based on the conceptual clarification which they adduce, it seems that the disagreement can be settled about the first one (truth functionality) and can be attenuated about the second one (the paradoxes of material implication). However, I maintain and refine my criticisms on the last two (negation and the probability of conditionals), backed up by considerations borrowed from the perspective of the conditional probability semantics for conditionals.
Keywords Conditionals  Probability of conditionals  Negation of conditionals
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