Logical Normativity and Logical Anti-Exceptionalism

My aim in this talk is twofold. First, I distinguish between six dimensions of anti-exceptionalism about logic and I suggest that two dimensions in particular play a central role in determining what I label ‘core anti-exceptionalism’. Second, I scrutinize in what sense(s) logic can be said to be normative (for thought) and I conclude by investigating in what respect(s) and to what extent the normativity of logic poses a challenge to core anti-exceptionalism.