Peirce's law

Peirce’s law is a proposition that involves only conditionals and is valid in classical logic but not intuitionistic logic:

((pq)p)p ((p \Rightarrow q) \Rightarrow p) \Rightarrow p

It is named after Charles Sanders Peirce.

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