Constructive Completeness Proofs and Delimited Control

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Chapter 1 gives a constructive version of a Henkin-style proof of Godel's completeness theorem. Chapter 2 introduces a notion of model similar to Kripke models using which one can give a normalization-by-evaluation style proof of completeness for classical logic. Chapter 3 does the same thing for intuitionistic logic (including disjunction and the existential). Finally, Chapter 4 presents an extension of intuitionistic logic with delimited control operators which still remains intuitionistic (preserves disjunction and existence properties) and can prove the Double Negation Shift and Markov's Principle.