[FOM] eliminating AC from statements of analysis
Paul Levy
P.B.Levy at cs.bham.ac.uk
Sat Apr 6 21:53:05 EDT 2013
Thanks Ali for answering my questions. I have another one! Going
back to your previous point:
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> 3. ZFC + CH is conservative over ZFC for statements of analysis. This
> follows from coupling the completeness theorem for first order logic
> with the well-known fact that every countable model M of ZFC has a
> generic extension N such that:
>
> (a) CH holds in N, and
>
> (b) N has the same reals as M (hence the truth-value of statements of
> analysis does not change in the passage between M and N).
>
> The notion of forcing at work is the set of countable injective
> partial functions from omega_1 into the reals (in the sense of M),
> ordered under (reverse) inclusion; see, e.g, Kunen's text on set
> theory (Theorem 8.3, p.227) for the forcing argument, however, note
> that expositions of forcing--Kunen's included--state their theorems in
> terms of countable *transitive* models, but the assumption of
> transitivity can be dropped in such arguments by taking a detour
> through Boolean-valued models.
Does ZFC + GCH have the same second-order consequences as ZFC?
Paul
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Paul Blain Levy
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