Four simple systems of modal propositional logic

Philosophy of Science 32 (3/4):342-355 (1965)

Gerald J. Massey
University of Pittsburgh
Four progressively ambitious systems of modal propositional logic are set forth, together with decision procedures. The simultaneous employment of parenthesis notation and parenthesis-free notation, the dual use of symbols as primitive and defined, and the introduction of a new modal operator (the truth operator) are the principal devices used to effect the development of these logics. The first two logics turn out to be "the same" as two of von Wright's systems
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