Cubes and Hypercubes of Opposition, with Ethical Ruminations on Inviolability
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- Bjørdal, F. Log. Univers. (2016) 10: 373. doi:10.1007/s11787-016-0149-9
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We show that we in ways related to the classical Square of Opposition may define a Cube of Opposition for some useful statements, and we as a by-product isolate a distinct directive of being inviolable which deserves attention; a second central purpose is to show that we may extend our construction to isolate hypercubes of opposition of any finite cardinality when given enough independent modalities. The cube of opposition for obligations was first introduced publically in a lecture for the Square of Opposition Conference in the Vatican in May 2014.