On Logics Without Contraction, Ph.D. Thesis, The University of Queensland, 1994.

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My Ph.D. Thesis, completed in January 1994. I was supervised by Prof. Graham Priest, at the University of Queensland. The thesis is 292 pages of work on logics without the contraction rule.


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