“Modalities in Substructural Logics,” Logique et Analyse, 35 (1992) 303–321 (published in 1995). 420–426.

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This paper generalises Girard’s results which embed intuitionistic logic into linear logic by showing how arbitrary substructural logics can be embedded into weaker substructural logics, using a single modality which ‘encodes’ the new structural rules.

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