Reading some of the comments on StackExhange, I came across
this is irrelevant for this question
Shouldn't it be "irrelevant to this question"? Searching on Google I found both are used in various academic texts.
I prefer irrelevant to, but certainly accept irrelevant for:
However, when the complement is preposed, I prefer for over to:
—though note that to me in the last sentence means to my mind (To me, this is irrelevant doesn't seem to mean what This is irrelevant to me does)
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Although, mostly, "irrelevant to" is the correct phrase, it is sometimes used interchangeably with "irrelevant for". I couldn't find many examples where "irrelevant for" has been used (and in these examples, "irrelevant for" can be conveniently replaced by "irrelevant to").