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In logic, the term conditional disjunction can refer to:
- conditioned disjunction, a ternary logical connective introduced by Alonzo Church;
- a rule in classical logic that the material conditional ¬p → q is equivalent to the disjunction p ∨ q, so that these two formulae are interchangeable.
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