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5. 4: (1) sup X exists; (2) sup ↓X exists. 4 O A Primer on Ordered Sets and Lattices And if these conditions are satisﬁed, then sup X = sup ↓X . Moreover, if every ﬁnite subset of X has a sup and if F denotes the set of all those ﬁnite sups, then F is directed, and (1) and (2) are equivalent to (3) sup F exists. Under these circumstances, sup X = sup F. If X is nonempty, we need not assume the empty sup belongs to F. Proof: Since, by transitivity and reﬂexivity, the sets X and ↓X have the same set of upper bounds, the equivalence of (1) and (2) and the equality of the sups are clear.

Thus, restricting f yields a monotone self-map on the complete lattice M. A dual argument to the above shows that the set F = {x ∈ M : f (x) ≤ x} also is a complete lattice. But F is exactly the set of all ﬁxed-points of f as the elements of F are exactly those elements of L that satisfy both inequalities x ≤ f (x) and f (x) ≤ x. 3. We shall see many other examples of monotone maps. 10). 4. Let f : L → M be a map between complete lattices preserving sups. Then f (L) is closed under sups in M and is a complete lattice in itself.

5) If L is a Boolean algebra, we can construe it as an algebra of “propositions” (0 is false and 1 is true, ∧ and ∨ are conjunction and disjunction, complementation is negation). Filt L can be thought of as the lattice of theories. Any subset A ⊆ L can be taken as a set of “axioms” generating the following “theory”, Exercises 17 which is just a ﬁlter and corresponds to the propositions “implied” by the axioms: {x ∈ L : (∃a0 , . . , an−1 ∈ A) a0 ∧ · · · ∧ an−1 ≤ x}. The “inconsistent” theory is L, that is, the top ﬁlter generated by {0}.