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Metalogical

Metalogical Met`a*log"ic*al, a. Beyond the scope or province of logic.

Metalogical Met`a*log"ic*al, a. Beyond the scope or province of logic.

- languages and systems that are used to express truths. The basic objects of metalogical study are formal languages, formal systems, and their interpretations...

- Q\Leftrightarrow \neg P\lor Q} Where " ⇔ {\displaystyle \Leftrightarrow } " is a metalogical symbol representing "can be replaced in a proof with," and P and Q are...

- proving in first-order logic. First-order logic also satisfies several metalogical theorems that make it amenable to analysis in proof theory, such as the...

- metalanguage, logic programming also allows metalevel programming. The simplest metalogic program is the so-called "vanilla" meta-interpreter: solve(true). solve((A...

- texts ⇔ is used with this meaning, while ≡ is used for the higher-level metalogical notion of logical equivalence, according to which two formulas are logically...

- languages and systems that are used to express truths. The basic objects of metalogical study are formal languages, formal systems, and their interpretations...

- is the disjunction logic operator (OR), ⟺ {\displaystyle \iff } is a metalogical symbol meaning "can be replaced in a logical proof with". Applications...

- R)\Leftrightarrow (P\to (Q\to R))} Where " ⇔ {\displaystyle \Leftrightarrow } " is a metalogical symbol representing "can be replaced in a proof with." The exportation...

- (\neg Q\to \neg P)} Where " ⇔ {\displaystyle \Leftrightarrow } " is a metalogical symbol representing "can be replaced in a proof with." The transposition...

- → Q are statements (or propositions) in a formal language and ⊢ is a metalogical symbol meaning that Q is a syntactic consequence of P and P → Q in some...

- Q\Leftrightarrow \neg P\lor Q} Where " ⇔ {\displaystyle \Leftrightarrow } " is a metalogical symbol representing "can be replaced in a proof with," and P and Q are...

- proving in first-order logic. First-order logic also satisfies several metalogical theorems that make it amenable to analysis in proof theory, such as the...

- metalanguage, logic programming also allows metalevel programming. The simplest metalogic program is the so-called "vanilla" meta-interpreter: solve(true). solve((A...

- texts ⇔ is used with this meaning, while ≡ is used for the higher-level metalogical notion of logical equivalence, according to which two formulas are logically...

- languages and systems that are used to express truths. The basic objects of metalogical study are formal languages, formal systems, and their interpretations...

- is the disjunction logic operator (OR), ⟺ {\displaystyle \iff } is a metalogical symbol meaning "can be replaced in a logical proof with". Applications...

- R)\Leftrightarrow (P\to (Q\to R))} Where " ⇔ {\displaystyle \Leftrightarrow } " is a metalogical symbol representing "can be replaced in a proof with." The exportation...

- (\neg Q\to \neg P)} Where " ⇔ {\displaystyle \Leftrightarrow } " is a metalogical symbol representing "can be replaced in a proof with." The transposition...

- → Q are statements (or propositions) in a formal language and ⊢ is a metalogical symbol meaning that Q is a syntactic consequence of P and P → Q in some...

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