Generalized Vasiliev-Style Propositions
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This paper promotes a generalization approach applied to Vasiliev-style propositions. In so doing, I start with clarification of Vasiliev’s conception of propositions originated in his early writings. Secondly, I consider the idea of relevant propositions, and finally provide a generalized version of Vasiliev-style propositions presented in a syllogistics manner.
KeywordsVasiliev’s propositions Relevant logic Syllogistics Pentagon of opposition
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