Multiply existentially quantifies both sides of an equation using the given
variables.
DESCRIPTION
When applied to a list of terms [x1;...;xn], where the ti are all
variables, and a theorem A |- t1 = t2, the inference rule
LIST_MK_EXISTS existentially quantifies both sides of the equation
using the variables given, none of which should be free in the assumption
list.
A |- t1 <=> t2
---------------------------------------- LIST_MK_EXISTS [`x1`;...;`xn`]
A |- (?x1...xn. t1) <=> (?x1...xn. t2)
FAILURE CONDITIONS
Fails if any term in the list is not a variable or is free in the assumption
list, or if the theorem is not equational.