Seki, T. Stud Logica (2013) 101: 1115. doi:10.1007/s11225-012-9433-8
A logic is called metacomplete if formulas that are true in a certain preferred interpretation of that logic are theorems in its metalogic. In the area of relevant logics, metacompleteness is used to prove primeness, consistency, the admissibility of γ and so on. This paper discusses metacompleteness and its applications to a wider class of modal logics based on contractionless relevant logics and their neighbours using Slaney’s metavaluational technique.
Relevant modal logicMetacompletenessPrimenessConsistencyAdmissibility of γ