Unsharp quantum logics
Part of the Trends in Logic book series (TREN, volume 22)
The quantum logics we have studied so far are all examples of sharp logics. Both the logical and the semantic version of the noncontradiction principle hold:
any contradiction α ⋏ ¬α is always false;1
a sentence α and its negation ¬α cannot both be true.
KeywordsQuantum Logic Accessibility Relation Algebraic Semantic Kripkean Semantic Regular Frame
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