Constructive Mathematics

Principles of constructive mathematics

  • Every mathematical "object" must be explicitly constructed.
  • Existential qualifier requires a constructive proof.
  • The Law of excluding middle is not valid (a proof must be shown)
  • The Law of indirect proof is not valid (a proof must be given)
  • NOT is merely asserted (not proven)
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