Sequents and Trees - Logica Universalis Webinar - June 16 - 16h CET

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Sun Jun 13 20:17:22 EDT 2021

Speaker: Andrzej Indrzejczak,  presenting his book  "Seqents and Trees"
Chair: Peter Schroeder-Heister, Member of the Editorial Board of Studies in
Universal Logic
Associate Organization: Polish Association for Logic and Philosophy of
Science, presented by Marcin Miłkowski
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Description of the book  *Sequents and Trees:*
"This textbook offers a detailed introduction to the methodology and
applications of sequent calculi in propositional logic. Unlike other texts
concerned with proof theory, emphasis is placed on illustrating how to use
sequent calculi to prove a wide range of metatheoretical results.  The
presentation is elementary and self-contained, with all technical details
both formally stated and also informally explained.  Numerous proofs are
worked through to demonstrate methods of proving important results, such as
the cut-elimination theorem, completeness, decidability, and
interpolation.  Other proofs are presented with portions left as exercises
for readers, allowing them to practice techniques of sequent calculus.
After a brief introduction to classical propositional logic, the text
explores three variants of sequent calculus and their features and
applications.  The remaining chapters then show how sequent calculi can be
extended, modified, and applied to non-classical logics, including modal,
intuitionistic, substructural, and many-valued logics."

Andrzej Indrzejczak
*Sequents and Trees*
Studies in Universal Logic, Birkhäuser, Basel, 2021
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