Welcome Classical first-order Predicate Logic represents a firm foundation
for mathematics. Actually, the logic represents pivot for human
intelligence as well as for artificial intelligence. Most important
mathematical theories can be formally exact founded on the base of
first-order Predicate Calculus with equality (while, some logicians
point out logical incompleteness of such approach). Main goal of this website is to present a new monograph by Mikhail Peretyat'kin, "Expressive Power of First-Order Predicate Logic", which is currently in final stage of preparation. Its title page is supposed to be approximately the following:
The monograph includes detailed and closed description of available constructions of finitely axiomatizable theories and represents characterization of general structure of Tarski-Lindenbaum algebra of first-order Predicate Calculus of an arbitrary finite rich signature. Results concerning global structure of Predicate Logic are completely new; moreover, they represent main top result of the whole book, subordinating its text to this particular result. The direction of the book is strictly subordinated to the purpose to have as complete and closed text as possible, which would contain the results regarded to expressive possibilities of first-order Predicate Logic. On the other hand, the text of the book is rigidly limited to this only purpose, including minimum of necessary. As for previous monograph in this direction, it is shown below (Mikhail Peretyatkin, "Finitely axiomatizable theories", 297 pages, 1997; an equivalent book in Russian is also available, 1997). It has played role of some starting prototype for given new book. Text of the new book is essentially more complete, detailed, and structured, providing detailed proofs for all results included in this new book. This page was last updated on 30/10/2017. ...index.htm... |