“Display Logic and Gaggle Theory,” Reports on Mathematical Logic, 29 (1995) 133–146 (published in 1996).

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This paper is a revised version of a talk given at the Logic and Logical Philosophy conference in Poland in September 1995. In it, I sketch the connections between Nuel Belnap’s Display Logic and J. Michael Dunn’s Gaggle Theory.

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