Three contributions to the two-valued propositional calculus

Studia Logica 34 (1):121 - 132 (1975)
Three chapters contain the results independent of each other. In the first chapter I present a set of axioms for the propositional calculus which are shorter than the ones known so far, in the second one I give a method of defining all ternary connectives, in the third one, I prove that the probability of propositional functions is preserved under reversible substitutions
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