Paranormal modal logic – Part II: K?, K and Classical Logic and other paranormal modal systems
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In this two-part paper we present paranormal modal logic: a modal logic which is both paraconsistent and paracomplete. Besides using a general framework in which a wide range of logics - including normal modal logics, paranormal modal logics and classical logic - can be defined and proving some key theorems about paranormal modal logic (including that it is inferentially equivalent to classical normal modal logic), we also provide a philosophical justification for the view that paranormal modal logic is a formalization of the notions of skeptical and credulous plausibility.
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