Implications and Limits of Sequences

Studia Humana 6 (1):18-24 (2017)
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This paper analyzes the problem of implication and attempts to characterize conditionals by a criterion of adequacy. A definition of implication based on the notion of limit of an infinite sequence is proposed.



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Alexandre Costa-Leite
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