Hybrid Categorial Logics

@article{Hepple1995HybridCL,
  title={Hybrid Categorial Logics},
  author={Mark Hepple},
  journal={Log. J. IGPL},
  year={1995},
  volume={3},
  pages={343-355}
}
Recent work within Categorial Grammar has seen the development of a number of multimodal systems, where diierent families of connectives coexist within a single categorial logic. Such systems can be viewed as making available diiering modes of linguistic description within a single grammatical formalism. This paper addresses proposals for constructing multimodal systems due to Hepple 7] and Moortgat & Oehrle 15], which are in many ways similar, but which make apparently contradictory claims… 

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