Contractions of Closure Systems

Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 35 (1):108-115 (1994)
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This essay shows that some recent work by George Weaver can be reformulated in an especially perspicuous way within the theory of closure systems. Closure theoretic generalizations of some theorems of Robert Goldblatt are presented. And, more generally, the relation between closure systems and the deducibility relations of Goldblatt is explored
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