Language, Form, and Logic: In Pursuit of Natural Logic's Holy Grail

Oxford University Press (2022)
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This book explores the idea that all of logic can be reduced to two very simple rules that are sensitive to logical polarity. The authors show that this idea has profound consequences for our understanding of the nature of human inferential capacities, and for some of the key issues in contemporary linguistics.

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