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Loeb M.H. court cases of the summer time college in common sense, Leeds, 1967. NATO ASI assembly of the organization for Symbolic good judgment (LNM0070, Springer, 1968)(ISBN 3540042407)(1s)_Mln_

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F~, ~(w), e ~ A') for otherwise from w) . and wo was chosen so that (Up) to continues to work here. The argument is similar if V u ~(u) Cas___eeXll. (F ~ 4), (F~, ~(w) ~ 4' ) Fr(0) _c Fr(F D 41 0 Fr(F~, ~(w) D 4') U [wo} . w E Fr(F ~ 4)(recall that e for Then we have a cut-free A-derivation of Hence we can still make the inference Thus the same Case Xl. e The last rule of ~ The last rule of ~ is is By (AD) is counted with . (D A) . F . Dual to Case IX. Dual to Case X. wo w ~ Fr(8) is distinct (F~, V u ~(u), e m 4' ).

And ~ ~ is the active formula on the right of is the active formula on the left of The last rule of ~ is (D W) . Then A = A o, (r, ~ A') and ~ in ~ ' . has the form t { r~ Ao r :) AO3 If ~ But occurs in A o , inductive Ao- ~ = A-~ . infer If ~ Case V'. of (W o) in this case. and (~ W) The last rule of ~3' Thus the only ren~ining (r ~ A) does not occur in IF, r'-~ ~ A o, A'] applications completely a' = o d ( ~ ' ) Case Vl. ~ is gives a derivation of Ao then from Symmetric. ~ (Rk), k = 2 , 4 , 6 , 8 , 1 0 determined by the syntactic 9 Then ~ , ~' is active on the right of and on the left of (r' D A') Which of these rules is applied, form of ~ .

Is It is ~(1 A)-" - if x 34 - is an atomic formula, or for some F(y) = 1 K ~ 0 or F(x) = and and x = (5,Y), or for some F(y) = i for each x = (7,K) , or for some variable and otherwise F(y) = I and y E K y E TC(x), K E TC(x) , and x = (6,K) u,y E TC(x) , u is a x = ( 8 , u , y ) o r x=(9~,y)~ . This can be put in the form F(x) = G(x, F ~TC(x)) ~[A) where the relation this case). e. such that ~(f) f 6 A itself is forall ~(1A)-deflnable: there is an A-derlvation ~ ' and k ~ l~ = (14, F ~ A, ~ , ~ l A-sequents.

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