## Sociative Logics and Their Applications: EssaysRichard Sylvan died in 1996, he had made contributions to many areas of philosophy, such as, relevant and paraconsistent logic, Meinongianism and metaphysics and environmental ethics. One of his trademarks was the taking up of unpopular views and defending them. To Richard Sylvan ideas were important, wether they were his or not. This is a book of ideas, based on a collection of work found after his death, a chance for readers to see his vision of his projects. |

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### Contents

Orientational Fragments | 11 |

An Orientational Survey of Sociative Logics | 29 |

A Preliminary Western History of Sociative Logics | 53 |

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A V B Abaelard alternative analysis antecedent Antilogism appears applications argument Aristotle Aristotle's assumptions Boethius carrier logic Chapter Chrysippus classical logic compatibilism computability conditional conditionality confirmation conjunction connection connexive logic connexive principles consequence containment logics contemporary contraposition counterexamples deduction definition determinism deterministic dialethic Disjunctive Syllogism entailment equivalence evidence example explication fails fallacy follows formal frame problem functors further Gettier given Hempel inconsistent induction inference instance intensional involved Irreflexivity irrelevant justified Kneale and Kneale linkage logical theory mainstream medieval modal logics Modus Ponens negation nonponible notions paraconsistent logics paradoxes philosophical ponible reasoning position premisses present problem proposition rejected relation relevant containment relevant logic relevantly restricted result rule semantics semi-lattice sentential simply situations sociative logics sort standard statements Stoic Stoic logic strict implication supposed syllogistic theorem traditional transitivity trivial truth truth-functional types vagueness valid variable verification principle whence