Co-ordination principles: A reply

Mind 117 (468):1059-1063 (2008)
Abstract
I explain why Fernando Ferreira's interesting formal result does not threaten the bilateralist account of the sense of the connectives.
Keywords Bilateral formalizations of logic  Classical logic
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DOI 10.1093/mind/fzn032
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