A Note On Formal Reasoning with Extensible Domain

The Reasoner 3 (7):5-6 (2009)
Assuming the indefinite extensibility of any domain of quantification leads to reasoning with extensible domain semantics. It is showed that some theorems (e.g. Thomson's) in conventional semantics logic are not theorems in a logic provided with this new semantics
Keywords Indefinite Extensibility  Extensible Domain  Thomson's Theorem
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