If I have two propositions $p$ and $q$, what is the simplest standard notation for expressing that they are logically consistent with each other—in other words, that no contradiction can be derived from assuming them both.
Something like $\,p,q \,\nvdash\! \bot$ seems clunky, especially if we use the notation many times, and $p \parallel q$ has unwanted connotations from geometry. Are there better options?
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