Complete theory

An abstract logical theory in which all true statements have formal proofs within the theory.

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    [kuh m-plee-tist] /kəmˈpli tɪst/ noun 1. a person who attempts to complete a collection or set, especially a collector who wants to collect an example of every item in a particular field: This recording is a must for obsessive Sinatra completists. I’d only recommend this movie to Hepburn completists. 2. (def 1). /kəmˈpliːtɪst/ noun 1. […]

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