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I'm struggling to find a constructive proof (through natural deduction) of the material implication replacement rule (i.e., that (a => b) <=> (~a \/ b). I believe the only possible way would be through contradiction, but I can't seem to get to it. Is it even possible?

Thx.

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# Constructive Proof of Material Implication

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