Semantic Theory of the Notation F

  • A. F. Parker-Rhodes
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The aim of this chapter is to formulate a system of axioms for the theory T which I shall elaborate on in subsequent chapters as a description of that level of being which contains the ‘indistinguishables’ discussed in Chapter I. Wherever possible however I shall refer rather to a more general triparitous theory t, of which T will be a special case. To this end I shall require a semantic theory of t, which I shall call U and express in the notation U; in view of the generality ascribed to t, this U may be called the semantic theory of the notation F itself.


Semantic Theory Object Theory Syntactic Rule Existential Quantification Notum TION 
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