inclusive disjunction


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inclusive disjunction

n. Logic
A proposition that presents two or more alternative terms, with the assertion that at least one is true.
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Revised in accord with Deleuze's inclusive disjunction, the reconfigured relation between freedom and system allows for a thinking of the new that is no longer entrenched in paradigms of negativity or impossibility.
Inclusive disjunction the fuzzy propositions (A) and (B) is the following:
or the expression of a set of options (as in I usually have coffee or tea in the mornings); there are some more specific distinctions which might be made, as in exclusive disjunction (one disjunct or the other, but not both) and inclusive disjunction (one or both disjuncts), etc.
In short, we are in effect, in this intensional setting, taking for granted the combined principles of excluded middle and contradiction, which, with the help of a symbol for exclusive disjunction that is the inverse of the usual symbol for inclusive disjunction, we may express by the