> The focus of my paper is on theories in principle fully describing universes
> (or u-reality). The term 'logically possible' is intended to contrast with
> 'physically possible' and refers to descriptions (theories) being internally
> non-contradictory (more in note 4 in my paper). 


>Classical logic is usually
> intended in these kinds of cases, and I can't actually see from what I know
> of other logics how they might relevantly extend the range of possible
> inhabitable universes beyond those describable by formal systems operating
> according to classical logic. (There is also the issue of their additional

Brent already mentioned paraconsistent logics, here a nice link:


(the article links to an article by Zalta, the one who is responsible 
for this


wonderful resource.


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