A Simple Relevance-criterion for Natural Language and its Semantics
The purpose of this paper is to propose a simple relevance-criterion — called A-relevance — which is claimed to be adequate for inferences in Natural Language and to give its semantics by way of truth tables (finite matrices).
KeywordsPropositional Calculus Truth Table Atomic Formula Deontic Logic Relevant Logic
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