Dialogical Connexive Logic

@article{Rahman2004DialogicalCL,
  title={Dialogical Connexive Logic},
  author={Shahid Rahman and Helge R{\"u}ckert},
  journal={Synthese},
  year={2004},
  volume={127},
  pages={105-139}
}
Many of the discussions about conditionals can best be put as follows:can those conditionals that involve an entailment relation be formulatedwithin a formal system? The reasons for the failure of the classical approachto entailment have usually been that they ignore the meaning connectionbetween antecedent and consequent in a valid entailment. One of the firsttheories in the history of logic about meaning connection resulted from thestoic discussions on tightening the relation between the If… 

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