March 3, 2017

Abstract: I attempt to give a pluralist and syntax-independent account of classical and constructive proof, grounded in univocal rules for evaluating assertions and denials for judgments featuring the logical connectives, interpretable as governing warrants for and against claims, and which results in an interpretation of classical and constructive counterexamples to invalid arguments.

This is a talk presented at the Pluralisms Workshop, hosted at the University of Bonn, March 2-4, 2017.


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