By Immanuel Kant
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Altogether PMT contains, in addition to translations of the variables of T of all types, variables for the expressions of T , variables for the human beings being considered, and variables for time-slabs. The underlying logic of PMT must provide for quantification upon all kinds of variables admitted, and thus itself embodies a theory of types. But the classes over which the variables of higher type range are precisely those of T. No variables over classes of expressions are admitted, the underlying semantics being formulated without such, as we have seen.
Then ‘Fmla a’ may abbreviate ‘ ( E b ) ( aFrIng b . v. (Ed)(Ee)(dPrb c . e Prb c . v. v. v. c Abst d’e))))’. 26 T Y PE-TH E 0 R E T I C A L S Y S T E M S A N D S E M A N TI C A L S U B S T R U C T U R E An expression a is an occurrence of b in c provided a begins c, b ends a , and (ansubscr) does not begin c. ‘ a Occ, b’ abbreviates ‘ ( aBgn c . b Ends a . - (ansubscr) Bgn c)’. That a is a bound occurrence of a variable b in c may then be introduced as follows. - ‘ a BOcc, b’ abbreviates ‘(Vbl b .
V. v. v. v. a = subscr)’. ‘PS a’ reads ‘ a is a primitive sign of T’. ‘AcString a’ abbreviates ‘(b)(PSb . b Seg a :=I : b = ac)’. ‘SubscrString a’ abbreviates ‘(b)(PS b . b Seg a :I : b = subscr)’. 24 TYPE-THEORETICALSYSTEMS A N D SEMANTICAL SUBSTRUCTURE a is a string of accents if and only if every primitive sign in a is ac. And similarly for a string of subscripts. ‘AtFmla a’ abbreviates ‘ ( E b )(Ec)( E d )(Ea’)(AcString b . Subscr String c . SubscrString d . v. e = a y ) . v. a’ = a y ) . v.
Critique of Pure Reason (The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Immanuel Kant) by Immanuel Kant