Definably simple group

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This article defines a property of a group (possibly with additional operations and structure) as viewed in logic/model theory

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This article is about a standard (though not very rudimentary) definition in an area related to, but not strictly part of, group theory


Symbol-free definition

A group (possibly with additional structures and relations) is said to be definably simple if it has no proper nontrivial definable normal subgroup.

Relation with other properties

Weaker properties

For infinite groups, the following properties are weaker: