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Bivalence , Excluded Middle and Non Contradiction

@inproceedings{Bziau2005BivalenceE,
  title={Bivalence , Excluded Middle and Non Contradiction},
  author={Jean-Yves B{\'e}ziau},
  year={2005}
}
0. Introduction The relations between the principles of bivalence, excluded middle and non contradiction are not necessarily clear. One reason is that there are various formulations of these principles, not always equivalent. In this paper, we try to formulate precisely these principles in order to discuss their relationships and to answer the question: is the conjunction of the principles of excluded middle and non contradiction equivalent to the principle of bivalence? 
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