Studia Logica 47 (1):57 - 69 (1988)
|Abstract||A definition of elementary interpretation, equivalent (up to isomorphisms) to the ones of  and , is given. The defining condition, used here, seems to confirm that intuitions agree with the choice of the class of elementary interpretations, which was done in .|
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