Craig's interpolation theorem for the intuitionistic logic and its extensions—a semantical approach

Studia Logica 45 (1):19 - 33 (1986)
A semantical proof of Craig's interpolation theorem for the intuitionistic predicate logic and some intermediate prepositional logics will be given. Our proof is an extension of Henkin's method developed in [4]. It will clarify the relation between the interpolation theorem and Robinson's consistency theorem for these logics and will enable us to give a uniform way of proving the interpolation theorem for them.
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