A Note on the Logic of Eventual Permanence for Linear Time

Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 49 (2):137-142 (2008)
In a paper from the 1980s, Byrd claims that the logic of "eventual permanence" for linear time is KD5. In this note we take up Byrd's novel argument for this and, treating the problem as one concerning translational embeddings, show that rather than KD5 the correct logic of "eventual permanence" is KD45
Keywords eventual permanence  translational embeddings  tense logic
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DOI 10.1215/00294527-2008-003
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