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Vn−2 ϕ is obtained using (LEM) for the formula vn−1 ∨ ¬vn−1 , the derivations ∇ and ∇ , and the rule (∨e ), that will discharge the assumptions [vn−1 ] and [¬vn−1 ] in the derivations ∇ and ∇ , respectively. Remark 3 To clarify the way in which derivations are assembled in the previous inductive proof, let us consider the case of a valid formula ϕ with three propositional variables p, q, and r and for brevity let ∇ 000 , ∇ 001 , . . , ∇ 111 , denote derivations for p, q, r ϕ; p, q, ¬r ϕ; .
This can be summarized as ϕ implies And for the case of valid formulas: |= ϕ equal to the empty set, we have that provable theorems are ϕ implies |= ϕ Proof The proof is by induction on the structure of derivations. We will consider the last step of a derivation having as consequence the formula ϕ and as assumptions only formulas of . IB The most simple derivations are those that correspond to a simple selection of the set of assumptions that are derivations for sequents in which the conclusion is an assumption belonging to the set ; that is, γ1 , .
N ϕ can be built from the derivation ∇ by assuming [γ1 ], [γ2 ], etc. and eliminating the premises of the implication γ1 , γ2 , etc. by repeatedly applications the rule (→e ), as depicted below. [γ1 ]u1 [γ2 ]u2 [γn ]un ∇ γ1 → (γ2 → (· · · (γn → ϕ) · · · )) γ2 → (· · · (γn → ϕ) · · · ) . . 6 Soundness and Completeness of the Propositional Logic 41 Additional Exercise 21 As explained before, the classical propositional logic can be characterized by any of the equivalent rules (PBC), (¬¬e ) or (LEM).