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Concerning formulas of the types A→B ν C,A →(Ex)B(x) in intuitionistic formal systems1

  • Ronald Harrop (a1)
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In a previous paper [1] it was proved, among other results, that a closed disjunction of intuitionistic elementary number theory N can be proved if and only if at least one of its disjunctands is provable and that a closed formula of the type (Ex)B(x) is provable in N if and only if B(n) is provable for some numeral n. The method of proof was to show that, as far as closed formulas are concerned, N is equivalent to a calculus N1 for which the result is immediate. The main step in the proof consisted in showing that the set of provable formulas of N1 is closed under modus ponens. This was done by obtaining a subset of the set which is closed under modus ponens and contains all members of the original set, with which it is therefore identical.

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The author wishes to thank the editor for many valuable suggestions regarding the presentation of this paper.

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[1] R. Harrop , On disjunctions and existential statements in intuitionistic systems of logic, Mathematische Annalen, vol. 132 (1956), pp. 347361.

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The Journal of Symbolic Logic
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