A Classicist's Note on Two-, Three-, and Four-Valued Logic
Fulda (Joseph)
Source: Sorites 4, February 1996: 7-9
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    Classical logic, with its insistence on the "three laws of thought"--a proposition is either true or false, not neither, and not both, still has room for multivalued logic. This note places two, three, and four-valued logic within the classical scheme.

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Filed electronically with full edition of Sorites 04

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