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A criterion for admissibility of rules in the modal system S4 and intuitionistic logic. (English. Russian original) Zbl 0598.03013
Algebra Logic 23, 369-384 (1984); translation from Algebra Logika 23, No. 5, 546-572 (1984).
This important paper contains a positive solution of the Kuznetsov- Friedman problem on decidability of the set of rules admissible in intuitionistic propositional logic Int. It is known (Harrop 1960, Mints 1968) that Int is structurally incomplete, i.e. there are admissible but inderivable rules. Inference rules are defined as pairs of formulas with propositional parameters \(A(x_ 1,...,x_ n)/B(x_ 1,...,x_ n)\); such a rule is admissible iff Int\(\vdash A(C_ 1,...,C_ n)\) implies Int\(\vdash B(C_ 1,...,C_ n)\) for all formulas \(C_ 1,...,C_ n\). The rule is derivable iff Int\(\vdash A(x_ 1,...,x_ n)\to B(x_ 1,...,x_ n).\)
The positive solution of this problem by the author was preceded by his investigation of the same problem for other intermediate and modal logics. Call a logic A-decidable if the set of its admissible rules is decidable. The following logics were proved by the author to be A- decidable: S5 (1979), tabular and pre-tabular logics (1981), extensions of S4.3 (1982), logics of finite slices (1984), S4 and Int (the present paper), Grz (1984, published in 1986).
It follows from the results of the paper that the universal first order theories of Lindenbaum algebras for S4 and Int (i.e. of \(F_{\omega}(S4)\) and \(F_{\omega}(Int))\) are decidable (while their first-order theories are not - see the author’s paper in Mat. Zametki 37, No.6, 797-802 (1985; Zbl 0593.03041).
Reviewer: V.B.Shekhtman

MSC:
03B45 Modal logic (including the logic of norms)
03F50 Metamathematics of constructive systems
03B25 Decidability of theories and sets of sentences
03B55 Intermediate logics
03B60 Other nonclassical logic
03G25 Other algebras related to logic
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