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INDEFINITENESS IN SEMI-INTUITIONISTIC SET THEORIES: ON A CONJECTURE OF FEFERMAN

  • MICHAEL RATHJEN (a1)
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The paper proves a conjecture of Solomon Feferman concerning the indefiniteness of the continuum hypothesis relative to a semi-intuitionistic set theory.

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