Tag: Biintuitionistic logic

Discussing “An algebraic and Kripkestyle approach to a certain extension of intuitionistic logic”
HeytingBrouwer logic (more commonly known now as biintuitionistic logic) has fascinated me since I first learned of it. The idea is beguilingly simple: extend intuitionistic logic with a new connective that makes it completely symmetrical. The ‘symmetry’ I am thinking of (perhaps better called ‘duality’, but not quite the same thing as De Morgan duality)…
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