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What is an inclusive alternative relation?

 

Definition
 

An inclusive alternative relation is an alternative relation in which more than one of the propositions may be true or fulfilled.

Example (English)
 
  • Harry may know, or Eric may know, or Cecil may know.

    Source:

    Hollenbach 1975 19

  • Generic
      An inclusive alternative relation is a kind of
     
    Sources
     

    Dijk 1977 64

     

    Hollenbach 1975 19


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