This chapter turns to specific objections against logical pluralism. There are a number of objections to classical, intuitionistic, and relevant logic which are specific to those logics, and not to the scheme of pluralism as a whole. Since it makes sense not only to be a pluralist about logical consequence, but to be a pluralist who endorses each of classical, constructive, and relevant reasoning, it becomes obligatory to say something about such logic-specific objections. These objections relate to coherence and relevant models, relevance and explosion, intensionality and the slingshot, and constructivity and semantics.
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