Implicational Tonoid Logics: Algebraic and Relational Semantics

Logica Universalis 15 (4):435-456 (2021)
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This paper combines two classes of generalized logics, one of which is the class of weakly implicative logics introduced by Cintula and the other of which is the class of gaggle logics introduced by Dunn. For this purpose we introduce implicational tonoid logics. More precisely, we first define implicational tonoid logics in general and examine their relation to weakly implicative logics. We then provide algebraic semantics for implicational tonoid logics. Finally, we consider relational semantics, called Routley–Meyer–style semantics, for finitary those logics.

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Jon Michael Dunn
PhD: University of Pittsburgh; Last affiliation: Indiana University, Bloomington

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