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Provability: Logic statements are only provable within the system to which they belong. The question then is, among other things, whether the means of expression of the system are sufficient for the presentation of evidence to the statements.
 
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Wessel, Horst
 
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Provability I 272
Provability / Wessel: "provable" is an epistemic predicate, not a logical one

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H. Wessel
Logik Berlin 1999


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