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Kapsner, Andreas (2012): Strong Connexivity. In: Thought: A Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 1, No. 2: pp. 141-145
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Connexive logics aim to capture important logical intuitions, intuitions that can be traced back to antiquity. However, the requirements that are imposed on connexive logic are actually not enough to do justice to these intuitions, as I will argue. I will suggest how these demands should be strengthened.