Analysis 50 (2):75 - 79 (1990)

Adam Morton
University of British Columbia
I consider embeddings of one subjunctive conditional in the consequent of another, and argue that (if A then (if B then C)) is not equivalent to (if (A & B) then C ), given the meanings we usually give to the outer and the inner 'if'.
Keywords conditionals  embedded conditionals
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DOI 10.1093/analys/50.2.75
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