A note on some extension results

Studia Logica 49 (4):591 - 600 (1990)
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In this note, a fully modal proof is given of some conservation results proved in a previous paper by arithmetic means. The proof is based on the extendability of Kripke models.

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Giovanni Sommaruga
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