Logical Pluralism and the Preservation of Warrant

March 2004

“Logical Pluralism and the Preservation of Warrant,” in S. Rahman et al. (eds.) Logic, Epistemology and the Philosophy of Science, pp. 163-173, Kluwer 2004.


I defend logical pluralism against the charge that One True Logic is motivated by considerations of warrant preservation. On the way I attempt to clarify just a little the connections between deductive validity and epistemology.

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