Studia Logica 42 (2-3):129 - 137 (1983)
The chief aim of the paper is to extend the calculusDSC 1 (see ) in such a way as to satisfy all the requirements listed in  as well as a further stipulation — called the principle of uninvolvement — to the effect that neither deontic compatibility nor deontic incompatibility of codes (see ) should be presupposed in deontic logic.
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