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Do intutionists think the law of the excluded middle is universally, metaphysically false?

The law of the excluded middle (LEM) is that every well-formed formula of a sound logical system is either true or false. In systems that do not reject the law of the excluded middle, there can be ...
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What is intuitionistic mathematics?

What is intuitionistic mathematics? What are its claims, and what are their justifications? 1a. Intuitionism as a philosophy. L. E. J. Brouwer is credited as the originator of intuitionistic ...
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How is Gödel's incompleteness theorem interpreted in intuitionistic logic?

Classically, one sets up an axiomatic system with a formal deduction system & an interpretation in a model. Generally it is sound, that is: a formally deduced theorem is also true when interpreted ...
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