On univocal connectives
KeywordsKeywords, univocal connectives, non-classical logics
AbstractWe pay attention to the concept of univocal connective. Considering the corresponding definition in the context of the sequent calculus a problem arises in a paper by Belnap. We provide an explanation by Belnap and finally give some examples and non-examples of univocal connectives.
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