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20190207, 15:58 #16
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+2 lu60ruhy, tyr
For natural deduction I found these examples very helpful:
http://logicmanual.philosophy.ox.ac.uk/carr/NDpack.pdf 
Member since Apr 2018
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20190207, 19:07 #17
That looks awesome 
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20190208, 09:29 #18
In reply to post ID 159457
One more comment on my handscribbled solution for 5.2:
Note that since I instantiated X with b in the left branch of the tableauproof, I *have to* instantiate X in the right branch by the same value b (it's not really made clear in my proof, sorry about that). That's because a substitution applies to all formulas resulting from an elimination of a quantifier, which in this case is right in the first step of the proof, whereas the quantifier binding Y is eliminated separately in each branch (hence I may substitute Y by different values in both branches). If I wanted to instantiate X by a *different* value in the right branch, I would have to reliminate the \exists X *again* in the right branch, forcing me to redo all of the steps above the branching step, which wouldn't help me in this particular proof. 
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20190208, 11:05 #19
In reply to post ID 159437
Have you seen the examples here (PL):
https://leanprover.github.io/logic_and_proof/natural_deduc… and here (FOL): https://leanprover.github.io/logic_and_proof/natural_deduc… ? The calculus is slightly different (No TND but a few more rules) but the notation is very similar. 
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