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p-consequence (plausible consequence; see ) allows for a formulation of non-deductive reasonings, i.e., such where the conclusion has weaker justification then assumptions and thus when added to the set of assumptions results in its extension. But theoretical modesty of p-consequence operation does not tell the difference between “good” and “worse” conclusions. Therefore the bisconsequence is introduced.
- Ajdukiewicz, K., Pragmatic Logic, Dordrecht, Reidel, 1974.
- Frankowski, Sz., “Formalization of plausible inference”, Bulletin of the Section of Logic 33, 1 (2004): 41–52.
- Frankowski, Sz., “p-consequence versus q-consequence operations”, Bulletin of the Section of Logic 33, 4 (2004): 195–207.
- Frankowski, Sz., “Plausible reasoning expressed by p-consequence”, Bulletin of the Section of Logic 37, 3–4 (2008): 161–170.
- Frankowski, Sz., “On the lattice of p-consequences, Reports on Mathematical Logic 45 (2010): 23–35.
- Shramko, Y., and H. Wansing, “Entailment relations and/as truth values”, Bulletin of the Section of Logic 36, 3–4 (2007): 131–144.
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