Intuitionistic Trilattice Logics

  • Yaroslav ShramkoEmail author
  • Heinrich Wansing
Part of the Trends in Logic book series (TREN, volume 36)


We will take up a suggestion by Odintsov (Studia Logica 93:407–428, 2009) and define intuitionistic variants of certain logics arising from the trilattice \(SIXTEEN_3.\) In a first step, a logic \(\hbox{I}_{16}\) is presented as a Gentzen-type sequent calculus for an intuitionistic version of Odintsov’s Hilbert-style axiom system \(L_{T}\) from Chap. 5. The cut-elimination theorem for \(\hbox{I}_{16}\) is proved using an embedding of \(\hbox{I}_{16}\) into Gentzen’s sequent system LJ for intuitionistic logic. The completeness theorem with respect to a Kripke-style semantics is also proved for \(\hbox{I}_{16}.\) The framework of \(\hbox{I}_{16}\) is regarded as plausible and natural for the following reasons: (i) the properties of constructible falsity and paraconsistency with respect to some negation connectives hold for \(\hbox{I}_{16},\) and (ii) sequent calculi for Belnap and Dunn’s four-valued logic of first-degree entailment and for Nelson’s constructive paraconsistent logic N4 are included as natural subsystems of \(\hbox{I}_{16}.\) In a second step, a logic \(\hbox{IT}_{16}\) is introduced as a tableau calculus. The tableau system \(\hbox{IT}_{16}\) is an intuitionistic counterpart of Odintsov’s axiom system for truth entailment \(\models_t\) in \(SIXTEEN_3\) and of the sequent calculus for \(\models_t\) presented in Chap. 6. The tableau calculus is also shown to be sound and complete with respect to a Kripke-style semantics. A tableau calculus for falsity entailment can be obtained by suitably modifying the notion of provability.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of PhilosophyState Pedagogical UniversityKryvyi RihUkraine
  2. 2.Department of Philosophy IIRuhr-University BochumBochumGermany

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