The Volledigheidsstelling of Gödel is a fundamental proposition in the mathematical logic, which says that each semantic valid judgment in the first-order logic is also provable. The claim was in 1929 for the first time proved by Kurt Gödel. Together with health of a bewijssysteem (which is much easier to prove) shows the argument that validity and provability correspond.

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