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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Justification logics were introduced by Artemov in 1995 to provide intuitionistic logic with a classical provability semantics, a problem originally posed by Gödel. Justification logics are refinements of modal logics and formally connected to them by so-called realization theorems. A constructive proof of a realization theorem typically relies on a cut-free sequent-style proof system for the corresponding modal logic. A uniform realization theorem for all the modal logics of the socalled modaldoi:10.1007/978-3-319-24312-2_16 fatcat:s6dznxculjgevpuz6njzvw3cuu