[FOM] strong hypotheses and the theory of N
rgheck at brown.edu
Tue Mar 16 14:42:36 EDT 2010
On 03/15/2010 08:00 PM, joeshipman at aol.com wrote:
> What more can you [Harvey] say about what "natural" means...
> A related question: is there a natural way to represent the
> "arithmetical content" of ZF by arithmetical axioms; in other words, a
> natural decidable set of arithmetical statements which have the same
> arithmetical consequences as ZF?
Well, here the meaning of "natural" will be really critical, since we
can easily find a decidable set of arithmetical statements that has the
same arithmetical consequences as ZF. Proof: The set of arithmetical
consequences of ZF is RE. Now apply Craig's trick.
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