Logic Journal of the IGPL 4 (2):255-272 (1996)

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Dov Gabbay
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
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Meta-languages are vital to the development and usage of formal systems, and yet the nature of meta-languages and associated notions require clarification. Here we attempt to provide a clear definition of the requirements for a language to be a meta-language, together with consideration of issues of proof theory, model theory and interpreters for such a language
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