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[The Appendix reproduces, in essentially original form, the pai per ‘Ultralogic as universal’. The paper is reproduced here for two main reasons: firstly because it illustrates and elaborates several of the paraconsistent themes of the text, and secondly because copies of the original, which are...
[I have marked down the more substantial meddling I’ve done with the original text, as well as noting occasional points of interest or connections with other work. I’ve used the original pagination as given in the margins.]
[Before I begin this article in earnest, I would like to say a few words about the influence of Exploring Meinong’s Jungle on me. I was introduced as an undergraduate to Routley’s work. My teacher Nicholas Griffin was one of Routley’s students and, because of Griffin, our university bookstore...
[I will start by saying that, although this essay is critical of some of what Routley has said in the Appendix ‘Ultralogic as Universal?’, I have great respect for him as a logician, and a large part of my approach to logic has been influenced by him over the years. I have valued him as a friend...
[The 1976 annual conference of the Australasian Association for Logic, held in Canberra at the Research School of Sciences of the Australian National University, was memorable in various ways. The AAL had been moribund for some years, so the conference represented a re-coming-together of...
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