[FOM] Notations in set theory
Fernando Ferreira
ferferr at cii.fc.ul.pt
Sun Oct 12 14:04:46 EDT 2008
I believe that L stands for "lawlike". I seem to remember that Georg
Kreisel reported on this somewhere.
If nobody confirms this information, I may try to do it.
-- Fernando Ferreira
On Oct 10, 2008, at 5:38 PM, pax0 at seznam.cz wrote:
> Set theory has many names whose origin is not well known,
> such as V and L for two most important classes, square and diamond
> principles,
> mice models etc. Is there a reference which gives reasons for the
> choices, perhaps
> together with the author and date of their introduction?
> Thank you, J.P.
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Fernando Ferreira
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