[FOM] question about Martin

Milos Adzic milosadzic at sezampro.rs
Sat Jul 11 08:07:49 EDT 2009

The closest match that I can recall at the moment is:

â€oMathematical evidenceâ€?, in: H. G. Dales (ed.) et al., Truth in
mathematics (Clarendon Press, Oxford), 215-231 (1998; Zbl0936.03005)].

Discussion near the end of the chapter touches on all of the topics you



On Fri, 2009-07-10 at 16:10 +0200, josef at us.es wrote:
> I remember having read in some paper or chapter by D. A. Martin that the following are all the elements he considered well established in set theory: its basic axiomatic underpinnings, the general notion of the stratified universe V, and â€~small’ large cardinals. 
> Unfortunately I cannot locate the passage again. Can someone offer help finding it? Thanks in advance,
> Jose
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> Dpto. de Filosofia y Logica, Univ. de Sevilla
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