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A ¬(Cϕ → Jϕ), so by soundness S4CJ n J C Proposition 5. S4CJ n is a conservative extension of both S4n and S4n . The axiomatization and models of S4Jn and S4C n can be obtained by removing C or J, respectively, from the language and axiomatization of S4CJ n and RC or RJ from its models. For more on S4Jn see [2,5,6]. For more on S4C n see [8,10,12]. Pairing Traditional and Generic Common Knowledge 25 Proof. Conservativity of S4CJ over S4Jn : We need to show that for each S4Jn n CJ F , then S4Jn F .
Formula F , if S4n Then, by the completeness theorem for S4Jn , there is a S4Jn -model M such that ∗ F does not hold in M . Now we transform M into an S4CJ n -model M by adding the reachability relation RC . This can always be done and leaves the other components of M unaltered. Since the modal C does not occur in F , the truth values of F in M and in M ∗ remains unchanged at each world, hence F does CJ not hold in M ∗ . By soundness of S4CJ F. n , S4n CJ C Conservativity of S4n over S4n : Let G be an S4C n -formula not derivable in CJ .
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