intuitionistic logic
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intuitionistic logic (plural intuitionistic logics)
 (mathematics, logic) A type of logic which rejects the axiom law of excluded middle or, equivalently, the law of double negation and/or Peirce's law. It is the foundation of intuitionism.
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a type of logic which rejects the axiom "law of excluded middle"

