Journal of Logic and Computation 16 (4):451-460 (2006)
|Abstract||After a brief presentation of Le[s]niewski's notation for 1- and 2-place sentential connectives of protothetic, the article discusses a method of extending this method to n [≥] 3-place sentential connectives. Such a method has been hinted at by Luschei, but in fact, no general effective method of defining such functors has been clearly and explicitly given. The purpose of this article is to provide such a method.|
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