How definitive is the standard interpretation of Gödel's Incom


1 Standard interpretations of Gödel's " undecidable " proposition, [(Ax)R(x)], argue that, although [~(Ax)R(x)] is PA-provable if [(Ax)R(x)] is PA-provable, we may not conclude from this that [~(Ax)R(x)] is PA-provable. We show that such interpretations are inconsistent with a standard Deduction Theorem of first order theories. 


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