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Of (p, T). u. 's were unique. 5 Lemma (Avoiding variables) (i) Let V be any finite set of type-variables. u. u. u' such that Dom(u) = Vars(p) U Vars(T), Range(u') n v = 0. 's of pairs of type-sequences or deductions. Proof If u contains a component v/a with a Vars(p) U Vars(T) we can remove this component from u without affecting u(p) or U(T). u. We can then change the range of u by a renaming. u. i. u. i. is easily seen to be (c-*c)-*(b->b). i. u. at all. However, in the special case that p and T have no common variables every common instance is also a unification, because if v = §i(P) §2(0 and Dom(§t) c Vars(p) and Dom(§2) c Vars(T) then §a U §2 is defined and v = (§i U §2)(P) = (§a U §2)(T) This fact gives us the following lemma.
2A9 Definition Let r be a type-context. Iff there is a TA2-deduction of a formula r' '-- M:T for some F' c F we shall say I' F-,1 M : T. In the special case r = 0 we shall say M has type T in TA2, ors is a type of M in TAx, or F-2 M: T. The phrase "in TA2" may be omitted when no confusion is likely. 1 Lemma (Weakening) I' PA M:T, r+ ? I' . 17' PA M:T. There is at least one interesting type-theory in which this consistency condition is relaxed, the theory of intersection-types that originated in Coppo and Dezani 1978 and Salle 1978.
The subject-reduction theorem has a partial analogue for expansion as follows. 2C2 Subject-expansion Theorem non-cancelling contractions, then If f 1-2 Q:T and P >p Q by non-duplicating and f 1--2 P :T: Proof Exercise. This theorem is a special case of Curry et al. 315, §14D Thm. 3 (= Seldin 1968 §3D Thm. 3). p Q then FI-2P:i Proof For Ft-2Q:i use 1D6 and 2C2; for "=" use 2C1. The subject-expansion theorem can be extended to some cancelling contractions under suitable restrictions. (For example see Curry et at.