Journal of Philosophical Logic 23 (1):67 - 86 (1994)

Krister Segerberg
Uppsala University
Having gained some idea of what MacIntosh logics there are, we conclude this paper with a remark about the totality of them. Let theterritory of a rule or condition be the class of all modal logics that have the rule or satisfy the condition. What is MacIntosh territory, the class of all normal logics with the MacIntosh rule, like? What is its structure?
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