Set Theory and Logic


Confirmation that Impossible Worlds Mean Nothing is Necessary there But Everything is Possible.

Authors: Colin James III

We confirm the definition that impossible worlds mean “nothing is necessary there but everything is possible”. The truth axiom as given is not tautologous, but rather the logical value of truthity. The rules of extensionality and monotonicity as given are not tautologous. When the definition of impossible worlds is combined with monotonicity + T + 4 that conjecture is also tautologous. Therefore the failed equations are non tautologous fragments of the universal logic VŁ4.

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