Authors: Colin James III
Aristotle's Theses and Boethius' Theses are below. ~(~A> A)=(A=A) ; TNCF TNCF TNCF TNCF (AT) . ~( A>~A)=(A=A) ; FCNT FCNT FCNT FCNT (AT)'. (A> B)>~(A>~B) ; FCNT FCNT FCNT FCNT (BT) . (A>~B)>~(A> B) ; FCNT FCNT FCNT FCNT (BT)'. Eqs. AT, AT', BT, and BT' are not tautologous, hence refuting those theses of Aristotle and Boethius. Because ~AT = AT' = BT = BT', what follows is that using conditionals to justify connexive logic makes Wansing's nightmare worse.
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