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paraconsistency

Definitions

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  • n. The property of being paraconsistent.

Etymologies

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para- +‎ consistency

Examples

  • This position is sometimes called weak paraconsistency in the literature, and opposed to dialetheism, taken as a ˜strongly™ paraconsistent view.

    Dialetheism

  • (A classical defence of a dialetheic approach to paraconsistency.)

    Dialetheism

  • However, dialetheism should also be clearly distinguished from paraconsistency (see Berto 2007a, Ch. 5).

    Dialetheism

  • (Includes an ample discussion of the dialetheic approach to paraconsistency and its wider outcomes within abstract sciences.)

    Dialetheism

  • (An account of dialetheism and paraconsistency in the history of philosophy.)

    Dialetheism

  • The core thought behind paraconsistency is to provide logics that do not permit one to infer anything indiscriminately from inconsistent premises.

    Dialetheism

  • While Aristotle is clearly not a dialetheist, it is not clear where he stands on the issue of paraconsistency.

    Aristotle on Non-contradiction

  • In the rest of this article, 1) we will start by explaining the connection between dialetheism and other important related concepts, such as the ones of trivialism and paraconsistency.

    Dialetheism

  • Sometimes, a further sub-distinction is made between strong paraconsistency and dialetheism (see Priest, Beall and Armour-Garb,

    Dialetheism

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