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On modal logic with an intuitionistic base

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A definition of the concept of “Intuitionist Modal Analogue” is presented and motivated through the existence of a theorem preserving translation fromMIPC (see [2]) to a bimodalS 4–S5 calculus.

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Allatum est die 9 Septembris 1975

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Fischer Servi, G. On modal logic with an intuitionistic base. Stud Logica 36, 141–149 (1977). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02121259

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