Gillian Russell: Could there be no logic?

The spectre of logical nihilism---the view that there is no logic---has arisen recently in the literature on logical pluralism.  Pluralists say that there is more than one correct logic, monists that there is only one.  But could there be none at all?  This paper looks at an argument for that view, and suggests a response.

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Tue 27 Jun 2017, 3:30pm to 5:30pm


Coombs Seminar Room A

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