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Edited the definition at the article axiom.
Thanks. Given the recent discussion about sequent calculus, I am wondering: where it currently says “in a sequent calculus” should we more precisely say “in a sequent calculus or in a system of natural deduction”?
Of course I agree with that, and I made some changes to reflect this. See what you think now.
Okay, thanks. We have that entry logical framework which maybe might serve to wrap up that list of possibilities. But I am not really sure.
Yeah, pretty much I think. I made “deductive system” point to logical framework.
Slight edits, including explicitly using the term ‘logical framework’, which I think is what we want there.
The most significant edit is that I generalised the example sequent to have lists for antecedent and succedent. This made reading the following text a little confusing, so I made the example show only one sequent. (The text still says a collection of sequents like the one in the example.)
the term ‘logical framework’, which I think is what we want there.
We were having a related discussion here.
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