### On Semi-Boolean-Like Algebras

In a previous paper, we introduced the notion of Boolean-like algebra as a generalisation of Boolean algebras to an arbitrary similarity type. In a nutshell, a double-pointed algebra $\mathbf{A}$ with constants $0,1$ is Boolean-like in case for all $a\in A$ the congruences $\theta \left(a,0\right)$ and $\theta \left(a,1\right)$ are complementary factor congruences of $\mathbf{A}$. We also introduced the weaker notion of semi-Boolean-like algebra, showing that it retained some of the strong algebraic properties characterising Boolean algebras. In this paper, we continue the investigation...