TPTP Axioms File: LCL006+0.ax


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% File     : LCL006+0 : TPTP v7.5.0. Released v3.3.0.
% Domain   : Logic Calculi (Propositional)
% Axioms   : Propositional logic rules and axioms
% Version  : [She06] axioms.
% English  :

% Refs     : [Hal]   Halleck (URL), John Halleck's Logic Systems
%          : [She06] Shen (2006), Automated Proofs of Equivalence of Modal
% Source   : [She06]
% Names    :

% Status   : Satisfiable
% Syntax   : Number of formulae    :   26 (   0 unit)
%            Number of atoms       :   55 (   1 equality)
%            Maximal formula depth :    6 (   4 average)
%            Number of connectives :   29 (   0 ~  ;   0  |;   1  &)
%                                         (  26 <=>;   2 =>;   0 <=)
%                                         (   0 <~>;   0 ~|;   0 ~&)
%            Number of predicates  :   28 (  26 propositional; 0-2 arity)
%            Number of functors    :    5 (   0 constant; 1-2 arity)
%            Number of variables   :   55 (   0 singleton;  55 !;   0 ?)
%            Maximal term depth    :    5 (   3 average)
% SPC      : 

% Comments :
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%----The only explicit rule of PC. Uniform substitution is implemented by
%----universal quantification
fof(modus_ponens,axiom,
    ( modus_ponens
  <=> ! [X,Y] :
        ( ( is_a_theorem(X)
          & is_a_theorem(implies(X,Y)) )
       => is_a_theorem(Y) ) )).

%----Meta-rule of PC, which Ted says is not necessary
fof(substitution_of_equivalents,axiom,
    ( substitution_of_equivalents
  <=> ! [X,Y] :
        ( is_a_theorem(equiv(X,Y)) => X = Y ) )).

%----The axioms of Hilbert PC
fof(modus_tollens,axiom,
    ( modus_tollens
  <=> ! [X,Y] : is_a_theorem(implies(implies(not(Y),not(X)),implies(X,Y))) )).

fof(implies_1,axiom,
    ( implies_1
  <=> ! [X,Y] : is_a_theorem(implies(X,implies(Y,X))) )).

fof(implies_2,axiom,
    ( implies_2
  <=> ! [X,Y] : is_a_theorem(implies(implies(X,implies(X,Y)),implies(X,Y))) )).

fof(implies_3,axiom,
    ( implies_3
  <=> ! [X,Y,Z] : is_a_theorem(implies(implies(X,Y),implies(implies(Y,Z),implies(X,Z)))) )).

fof(and_1,axiom,
    ( and_1
  <=> ! [X,Y] : is_a_theorem(implies(and(X,Y),X)) )).

fof(and_2,axiom,
    ( and_2
  <=> ! [X,Y] : is_a_theorem(implies(and(X,Y),Y)) )).

fof(and_3,axiom,
    ( and_3
  <=> ! [X,Y] : is_a_theorem(implies(X,implies(Y,and(X,Y)))) )).

fof(or_1,axiom,
    ( or_1
  <=> ! [X,Y] : is_a_theorem(implies(X,or(X,Y))) )).

fof(or_2,axiom,
    ( or_2
  <=> ! [X,Y] : is_a_theorem(implies(Y,or(X,Y))) )).

fof(or_3,axiom,
    ( or_3
  <=> ! [X,Y,Z] : is_a_theorem(implies(implies(X,Z),implies(implies(Y,Z),implies(or(X,Y),Z)))) )).

fof(equivalence_1,axiom,
    ( equivalence_1
  <=> ! [X,Y] : is_a_theorem(implies(equiv(X,Y),implies(X,Y))) )).

fof(equivalence_2,axiom,
    ( equivalence_2
  <=> ! [X,Y] : is_a_theorem(implies(equiv(X,Y),implies(Y,X))) )).

fof(equivalence_3,axiom,
    ( equivalence_3
  <=> ! [X,Y] : is_a_theorem(implies(implies(X,Y),implies(implies(Y,X),equiv(X,Y)))) )).

%----Axioms for Rosser
fof(kn1,axiom,
    ( kn1
  <=> ! [P] : is_a_theorem(implies(P,and(P,P))) )  ).

fof(kn2,axiom,
    ( kn2
  <=> ! [P,Q] : is_a_theorem(implies(and(P,Q),P)) )  ).

fof(kn3,axiom,
    ( kn3
  <=> ! [P,Q,R] : is_a_theorem(implies(implies(P,Q),implies(not(and(Q,R)),not(and(R,P))))) )  ).

%----Axioms for Luka
fof(cn1,axiom,
    ( cn1
  <=> ! [P,Q,R] : is_a_theorem(implies(implies(P,Q),implies(implies(Q,R),implies(P,R))))  )).

fof(cn2,axiom,
    ( cn2
  <=> ! [P,Q] : is_a_theorem(implies(P,implies(not(P),Q)))  )).

fof(cn3,axiom,
    ( cn3
  <=> ! [P] : is_a_theorem(implies(implies(not(P),P),P)) )).

%----Axioms for Principia
fof(r1,axiom,
    ( r1
  <=> ! [P] : is_a_theorem(implies(or(P,P),P)) )).

fof(r2,axiom,
    ( r2
  <=> ! [P,Q] : is_a_theorem(implies(Q,or(P,Q))) )).

fof(r3,axiom,
    ( r3
  <=> ! [P,Q] : is_a_theorem(implies(or(P,Q),or(Q,P))) )).

%----This is the dependent one
fof(r4,axiom,
    ( r4
  <=> ! [P,Q,R] : is_a_theorem(implies(or(P,or(Q,R)),or(Q,or(P,R)))) )).

fof(r5,axiom,
    ( r5
  <=> ! [P,Q,R] : is_a_theorem(implies(implies(Q,R),implies(or(P,Q),or(P,R)))) )).

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