## An introduction to many-valued logics |

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### Contents

Manyvalued Logics | 3 |

Part II | 33 |

Other Manyvalued Calculi | 65 |

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arbitrary Lm assertion axiom set axiomatizable Belnap Boolean Algebra completeness proof consider correctness of arguments Deduction Theorem definition derived designated value designated wff disjunction equivalent example f(pi finite g(pi given implication operator implicational calculi intuitive J-functions Journal of Symbolic Lm Metatheorem logical operators logicians Lukasiewicz Lx'o LzAz LzRTi many-valued calculi many-valued logics matrices matrix characterization min[l modal calculi modal logics modus ponens monograph negation nonstandard logics number of values p v q PC theorem PC variables Propositional Calculus propositional variables q zd replacement result Rosser and Turquette rules of inference sanction as correct sentences Sentential Logic set of designated set of theorems Standard Logic strongly complete extension student subcases substitution suppose Symbolic Logic T(Lm theorem of Lz tion truth functions truth tables truth value undesignated v(pi valid valuation value functions Valued Logics wff of Lz zd p zd ZD q