(with JC Beall) “Defending Logical Pluralism,” pages 1–22 in Logical Consequence: Rival Approaches Proceedings of the 1999 Conference of the Society of Exact Philosophy (Stanmore: Hermes, 2001), John Woods and Bryson Brown (editors), ISBN 1-903398-17-5.

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A defence of logical pluralism against a number of objections, primarily from Graham Priest in his article “Logic: One or Many” in the same volume.

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