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3. Suppose ∆ is an inconsistent set of sentences. Then ∆ ψ for any formula ψ. 4. Suppose Σ is an inconsistent set of sentences. Then there is a finite subset ∆ of Σ such that ∆ is inconsistent. 5. A set of sentences Γ is consistent if and only if every finite subset of Γ is consistent. 1This is not too surprising because of the greater complexity of first-order logic. Also, it turns out that first-order logic is about as powerful as a logic can get and still have the Completeness Theorem hold. 47 48 8.

6) A “worst-case” countable language, L1 : • Constant symbols: c1, c2 , c3, . . • For each k ≥ 1, k-place function symbols: f1k , f2k , f3k , . . • For each k ≥ 1, k-place relation symbols: P1k , P2k , P3k , . . This language has no use except as an abstract example. It remains to specify how to form valid formulas from the symbols of a first-order language L. This will be more complicated than it was for LP . In fact, we first need to define a type of expression in L which has no counterpart in propositional logic.

1. 2. 2. Assume, by way of contradiction, that the given set of formulas is inconsistent. Use the Soundness Theorem to show that it can’t be satisfiable. 3. First show that {¬(α → α)} ψ. 4. Note that deductions are finite sequences of formulas. 5. 4. 6. 4. 7. Assume, by way of contradiction, that ϕ ∈ / Σ. 2 and the Deduction Theorem to show that Σ must be inconsistent. 8. 9. 9. 8. 10. 7 and induction on a list of all the formulas of LP . 11. 2. 10, and define a truth assignment v by setting v(An) = T if and only if An ∈ Σ.

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