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$x\to(y\to x)=1$ $x\to(y\to x)=1$
-$(x\to(y\to z))\to((x\to y)\to(x\to y))=1$+$(x\to(y\to z))\to((x\to y)\to(x\to z))=1$
$x\to y=1\mbox{ and }y\to x=1 \Longrightarrow x=y$ $x\to y=1\mbox{ and }y\to x=1 \Longrightarrow x=y$
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====Examples==== ====Examples====
-Example 1: +Example 1: Given any poset with top element 1, $\langle A,\le, 1\rangle$, define $a\to b=\begin{cases}1&\text{ if $a\le b$}\\ b&\text{ otherwise.}\end{cases}$ Then $\langle A,\to,1\rangle$ is a Hilbert algebra.
====Basic results==== ====Basic results====
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Hilbert algebras are the algebraic models of the implicational fragment of [[wp>intuitionistic logic]], i.e., they are $(\to,1)$-subreducts of [[Heyting algebras]]. Hilbert algebras are the algebraic models of the implicational fragment of [[wp>intuitionistic logic]], i.e., they are $(\to,1)$-subreducts of [[Heyting algebras]].
-The variety of Hilbert algebras is not generated by any of its finite members [(CelaniCabrer2005)].+The variety of Hilbert algebras is not generated as a quasivariety by any of its finite members [(CelaniCabrer2005)].
====Properties==== ====Properties====
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====Subclasses==== ====Subclasses====
-  [[...]] subvariety+[[...]] subvariety
-  [[...]] expansion+[[...]] expansion
====Superclasses==== ====Superclasses====
-  [[...]] supervariety+[[...]] supervariety
-  [[...]] subreduct+[[...]] subreduct
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[(Diego1966> [(Diego1966>
-A. Diego, \emph{Sur les alg�bres de Hilbert}, Collection de Logique Math\'ematique, S\'er. A, 1966, 1--55 [[MRreview]] +A. Diego, \emph{Sur les algébres de Hilbert}, Collection de Logique Math\'ematique, S\'er. A, 1966, 1--55 
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 +[(CelaniCabrer2005> 
 +S. Celani and L. Cabrer: Duality for finite Hilbert algebras. Discrete Math. 305 (2005), no. 1-3, 74-–99.
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