Relevance logic as a conservative extension of classical logic

In Sven Ove Hansson (ed.), David Makinson on Classical Methods for Non-Classical Problems. Series: Outstanding Contributions to Logic. Springer (2014)
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Abstract

Relevance logic is ordinarily seen as a subsystem of classical logic under the translation that replaces arrows by horseshoes. If, however, we consider the arrow as an additional connective alongside the horseshoe, then another perspective emerges: the theses of relevance logic, specifically the system R, may also be seen as the output of a conservative extension of the relation of classical consequence. We describe two ways in which this may be done. One is by defining a suitable closure relation out of the set of theses of relevance logic; the other is by adding to the usual natural deduction system for it further rules with ‘projective constraints’, whose application restricts the subsequent application of other rules. The significance of the two constructions is also discussed

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David Makinson
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