I understand that for the consequent to really follow from the antecedent, it (the consequent) must be both relevant and necessary given the antecedent.
So my question is: which types of conditional statements actually hold true under dialetheism? Obviously it isn't all of them e.g. A disletheist would not accept the general argument:
If 'P' and 'not-P' then 'Q'. Where 'P' and 'Q' are just anything, right?