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U>ey then IIRII = N. Clearly, this is a schema; note that even though m does not appear in the scope of the quantifier one should remember that R stands for a formul a which may have m as a variable besides, of course, some other variables which are quantified over universally. 5. hema (Aolt. valent: PA. For convenience we write the induction schema a follows: \;/x (\;/y (If C x ~ ¢(y))~ ¢(x))~ \;/x ¢(x) This is easily seen to be equivalent to the usual induction schema axiom of foundation in this set-up).
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