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Constructive Classical Logic?

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We review foundational definitions of intuitionistic logic, and constructive proof. The extension of these ideas to paraconsistent logic, and constructive refutation are explored. Finally a presentation of a logic which admits (a form of) classical principles such as excluded-middle is given. Finally connections with linear logic are made. This is based off of work and observations by M. Shulman [ arXiv:1805.07518 ]

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