Variations on the Ramsey test: More triviality results

Studia Logica 46 (4):319-325 (1987)
The purpose of this note is to formulate some weaker versions of the so called Ramsey test that do not entail the following unacceptable consequenceIf A and C are already accepted in K, then if A, then C is also accepted in K. and to show that these versions still lead to the same triviality result when combined with a preservation criterion
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DOI 10.1007/BF00370643
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