“Logical Pluralism and the Preservation of Warrant,” in S. Rahman et al. (eds.) Logic, Epistemology and the Philosophy of Science, pp. 163-173, Kluwer 2004.

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I defend logical pluralism against the charge that One True Logic is motivated by considerations of warrant preservation. On the way I attempt to clarify just a little the connections between deductive validity and epistemology.


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