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How can we use double-negation deduction rule? For example, ~~p is the same as p.

I am not able to find how to eliminate ~~ in https://proofs.openlogicproject.org/

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  • The rule is DNE and it is listed on the right of the screen: Derived Rules. May 23, 2023 at 6:00
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    Is that all you're having trouble with? Kristian Berry saves the day with her answer, complete with illustrations, pro bono. In the 22nd century?! Am I dreaming mon ami? May 23, 2023 at 6:27
  • Fantastic. I was trying to put ~~E. Now, it is clear.
    – DEE_GEE
    May 23, 2023 at 14:03
  • Is there a double-not introduction rule? Something like DNI? For example, p is equivalent to ~~p, without going throug p, ~p, contradiction, and then not not p
    – DEE_GEE
    May 24, 2023 at 19:23

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Note that they have DNE in their sidebar:

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So, click CREATE PROBLEM, put ~~A on line 1 and A for the conclusion. Then click NEW LINE, put A in the first box, then put "DNE, 1" in the box to the right. Click CHECK PROOF.

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Now, this may provide the answer to your question, and the Philosophy SE might be about analyzing arguments logically and all, but your issue seems to be a software consideration, not a philosophical one, so please don't accept my answer even if it's sufficient, I don't think I've earned the points for that. (Moreover, then, the OP question is liable to be closed/deleted anyway, so it wouldn't do me any good to get the points, aye?)

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