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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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Noun- The state or quality of being derivable by reasoning as a result or logical consequence.

Usage examples (33)
  • Bolzano uses the word deducibility (Ableitbarkeit, literally derivability, but it is a sort of semantical relation).
  • Even earlier, C.I. Lewis started the modern study of modal logic by introducing strict implication as a kind of deducibility, where he may have meant deducibility...
  • Again, we define the deducibility relation by recursion.
  • Validity is the model-theoretic counterpart to deducibility. for more
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