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We are now in a position to prove the independence of rule Sym in the theory of equality. 15. The atom b = a is not derivable from the assumption a = b in the system of rules Ref + Tr. Proof. If there is a derivation, there is one with the subterm property. The only rule with premisses is Tr, but any instance of Tr with just the terms a, b produces a loop or gives as a conclusion one of a = a, b = b. QED. A standard way of proving the mutual independence of the axioms of a system is to use models.
Note that permutation conversions do not create any new conversion formulas and therefore do not affect the multiset ordering. They can change a permutation convertibility into a detour convertibility. If this happens with implication, a new thread with the minor premiss as endformula is constructed. 6. It is seen from the detour conversion scheme for & that parts of the derivation get multiplied. These parts can contain conversion formulas of any length, so the multiset of conversion formulas for the whole derivation is not necessarily reduced.
C) Lattice theory. A certain pattern in the organization of an axiomatization seems to emerge from the above example. We now consider lattice theory under the same pattern. We have a domain D of individuals a, b, c, . . and a partial order over D. Equality is defined by a = b ≡ a b & b a. Next we have two operations: a ∧ b, a ∨ b, the meet of a and b, the join of a and b. The axioms are grouped as for projective geometry: I General properties of the basic relation Reflexivity: a Transitivity: a a, b&b c ⊃a c.
Logic: A History of its Central Concepts (Handbook of the History of Logic, Volume 11) by Dov M. Gabbay, John Woods, Francis Jeffry Pelletier