Modal Logic Kalish-and-Montague Style
Salmon (Nathan)
Source: Salmon (Nathan) - Metaphysics, Mathematics, and Meaning, 2005
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    The natural-deduction deductive apparatus of Donald Kalish and Richard Montague from their textbook, Logic: Techniques of Formal Reasoning (second edition co-authored with Gary Mar) is extended to the most popular “normal” systems of modal1 propositional logic (T, B, S4, and S5) — the logic of what might have been — making significantly greater use of the Kalish-and-Montague deductive apparatus than had been utilized in the earlier attempts.


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