Since LLL does not cause any trouble with case <iv>, we are done building the

recursive definition for even l as found in the theorem statement.

Dave Morice commented on the

recursive definition of WORD:

Imagine, for example, that we simply translated the

recursive definition of theoremhood for some axiom system for classical logic into a correspondingly

recursive definition on the model-theoretic level, and then restate and prove the completeness theorem for classical logic in terms of that translation.

He further holds that Principia offers a

recursive definition of "truth," which assumes that the facts are truth-markers, and the universals inhering in them are logically independent of each other.

Though proving that the resulting collection is a basis with symmetric Hilbert series is better done from the

recursive definition, the construction is better motivated from this viewpoint.

Now, for each Fibonacci sequence we have investigated above, we have been increasing the number of previous terms to be added in the

recursive definition.

Tarski provided us with the first precise formulation of the T-schema, while also showing how to give a

recursive definition of truth.

For example, (1) is a discrete

recursive definition.

Following again the lead of Levinson, all this can be usefully put in some kind of

recursive definition.

He also defined a notion of continuum and formulated steps toward a

recursive definition of spaces with a homogeneous dimension number.

Each instance definition is translated as a functional, abstracting over the

recursive definition of the overloaded variable.

4) Oppy denies that 'the content of the noton work of art can be captured in some sort of

recursive definition which recapitulates the history of art'.