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What is a logical relation?



A logical relation is an interpropositional relation in which a proposition is related to another, in reasoning, as

  • a premise to a conclusion, or
  • an antecedent to a consequent.
  Here are some kinds of logical relations:
  A logical relation is a kind of

Beekman, Callow, and Kopesec 1981 102


Longacre 1983 101


Halliday and Hasan 1976 257


Johnson 1987 63–64

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