I show how to hold the view that future contingents are not either true or false without having to reject either the law of excluded middle or the law of non-contradiction. This is achieved without resorting to non-truth-conditional logical connectives. In these ways it improves on the approaches taken by Lukasiewicz and Tooley.
|Early online date||16 Mar 2004|
|Publication status||Published - Apr 2004|
- excluded middle
- non-classical logic