Authors: Colin James III
From one source we evaluate the Ackermann rule and from another source three examples in 15 equations of second-order reduction. None of the equations is tautologous. This implies these approaches to map modal clauses of first-order logic to and from second-order logic are non tautologous fragments of the universal logic VŁ4.
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