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What is an exclusive alternative relation?

 

Definition
 

An exclusive alternative relation is an alternative relation in which only one of the propositions or groups of propositions can be true or fulfilled.

Example (English)
 
  • He is here or he is there.
  • Source:

    Hollenbach 1975 19

  • Generic
      An exclusive alternative relation is a kind of
     
    Sources
     

    Dijk 1977 63–64

     

    Hollenbach 1975 19


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