Formal polynomials, heuristics and proofs in logic

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W. Carnielli

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This note surveys some previous results on the role of formal polynomials as a representation method for logical derivation in classical and non-classical logics, emphasizing many-valued logics, paraconsistent logics and modal logics. It also discusses the potentialities of formal polynomials as heuristic devices in logic and for expressing certain meta-logical properties, as well as pointing to some promising generalizations towards algebraic geometry.

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