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The theory of formal languages powerful enough to serve as the language of mathematics. In a formal metamathematical treatment, the formulae that occur in mathematics: axioms, theorems, and proofs, are treated as themselves mathematical objects, and theorems established about them. Major metamathematical results include Gödel's theorems and Church's theorem.

Subjects: Philosophy.

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