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The proof-explanation of logical constants is logically neutral
Revue Internationale de Philosophie
Vol. 58, No. 230 (4), L'intuitionnisme (octobre 2004), pp. 401-410
Published by: Revue Internationale de Philosophie
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23955597
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