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## A many-sorted variant of Japaridze's polymodal provability logic

We consider a many-sorted variant of Japaridze’s polymodal provability logic (GLP). In this variant, which is denoted GLP∗, propositional variables are assigned sorts n≤ω, where variables of finite sort n<ω are interpreted as Π_{n+1}-sentences of the arithmetical hierarchy, while those of sort ω range over arbitrary ones. We prove that GLP∗is arithmetically complete with respect to this interpretation. Moreover, we relate GLP∗ to its one-sorted counterpart GLP and prove that the former inherits some well-known properties of the latter, like Craig interpolation and polynomial space (PSPACE) decidability. We also study a positive variant of GLP∗ that allows for an even richer arithmetical interpretation—variables are permitted to range over theories rather than single sentences. This interpretation in turn allows the introduction of a modality that corresponds to the full uniform reflection principle. We show that our positive variant of GLP∗ is arithmetically complete.