Existential generalization is a rule of inference of predicate logic that allows one to infer \exists x P(x) from a formula of the form P(t). In symbols:

\phi (t) \vdash \exists \phi (x)

where t is any term.


The term that replaces the variable must not become bound in the derived formula.

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