(with J. Michael Dunn) “Relevance Logic,” (with J. Michael Dunn), pages 1–128 in Volume 6 of the The Handbook of Philosophical Logic, second edition, Dov Gabbay and Franz Guenther (editors), Kluwer 2002, ISBN 1-4020-0583.

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A revision of the Handbook of Philosophical Logic essay on relevant logics, updating it to include work on display logic, relevant predication, Urquhart’s undecidability and complexity results, and connections with other substructural logics.

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