logicproof – Box proofs for propositional and predicate logic
A common style of proof used in propositional and predicate logic is Fitch proofs, in which each line of the proof has a statement and a justification, and subproofs within a larger proof have boxes around them.
The package provides environments for typesetting such proofs and boxes. It creates proofs in a style similar to that used in “Logic in Computer Science” by Huth and Ryan.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3|
|Copyright||2014 Alan Davidson|
|Contained in||TeX Live as logicproof|
|MiKTeX as logicproof|
typesetting logician’s discussions|
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