The monotone class theorem in infinitary logic
Abstract: A monotone formula in the infinitary logic is a formula which is built up from finite formulas using only quantifiers and monotone countable conjunctions and disjunctions. The monotone class theorem from measure theory is used to show that every formula of is logically equivalent to a monotone formula (the monotone normal form theorem). The proof is effectivized in order to obtain similar normal form theorems for admissible logics .
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