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John Harrison spoke once about checking the results of some peer reviewed mathematical research: he has found bugs in the proofs and even a faulty theorem, which he corrected by giving a formal proof.

Are there examples of doing this for already formalised theorems? Definitions might be wrong, logics might be expressing something bad.

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