[FOM] CH and platonism
martdowd at aol.com
martdowd at aol.com
Sat Oct 29 20:51:20 EDT 2016
Arnon Avron writes:
Already the identity of PN is not absolute, and depends
on the identity of the universe of sets, to say nothing
about PPN. So although formally there is a difference between
third-degree platonism and stronger forms of platonism,
I do not see the essential big difference.
In this connection, there is a small integer k such that each of the statements
1. there is a surjection from aleph_1 to P(omega)
2. there is an injection from aleph_2 to P(omega)
can be written in such a way that either is true in V iff it is true in V_{omega+k}.
Martin Dowd
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