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modal hyperdoctrine

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Idea

A modal hyperdoctrine is a framework for modal logic in the presence of different contexts.

A modal hyperdoctrine is a hyperdoctrine that is equipped with a compatible modal operator, often a compatible closure operator, hence a universal closure operator.

References

Around p. 597 of

  • P. Blacksburn, J. van Benthem, F. Wolter, Handbook of modal logic, Studies in Logic and Practical reasoning volume 3 (2007)

p. 43 of

  • M. Kracht, O. Kutz, ‘Logically Possible Worlds and Counterpart Semantics for Modal Logic’, (pdf)

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