Logic Journal of the IGPL 12 (6):549-560 (2004)

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María Fernanda Pallares
Universidad de la Republica Oriental del Uruguay
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In the antology of Gentzen's works made by M.E.Szabo and published in 1969, we find out in an appendix, some passages presented by Bernays to the editor. These texts belong to a first proof of Peano's Arithmetic consistency that Gentzen had not published. In a different way from the other proofs of consistency made by Gentzen and already known in the thirties, this proof does not use the procedure of transfinite induction up to ε0. On the contrary, it is based on the definition of a reduction process for sequents that is systematically associated to every derivable sequent allowing us to recognize it as a true sequent. We make some variations of the technique used in the classic version and employ them to the intuitionistic case. This proof is interesting because it is related with other results such as completeness proofs and cut-elimination theorems.
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