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Axiomatic Set Theory

James E. Baumgartner, Donald A. Martin, and Saharon Shelah, editors
Publisher: 
American Mathematical Society
Publication Date: 
1984
Number of Pages: 
259
Format: 
Paperback
Series: 
Contemporary Mathematics 31
Price: 
40.00
ISBN: 
0-8218-5026-1
Category: 
Monograph
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  • I. H. Anellis -- Russell's earliest reactions to Cantorian set theory, 1896-1900
  • H. S. Becker and A. S. Kechris -- Sets of ordinals constructible from trees and the third Victoria Delfino problem
  • A. Blass -- Existence of bases implies the axiom of choice
  • A. Blass -- Small extensions of models of set theory
  • T. Carlson -- The pin-up conjecture
  • R. David -- Generic reals close to $0^\#$
  • H.-D. Donder -- Families of almost disjoint functions
  • W. G. Fleissner -- Homomorphism axioms and lynxes
  • S. D. Friedman -- Infinitary logic and $0^\#$
  • J. M. Henle -- An extravagant partition relation for a model of arithmetic
  • T. Jech -- Stationary subsets of inaccessible cardinals
  • A. W. Miller -- Rational perfect set forcing
  • W. Mitchell -- Indiscernibles, skies, and ideals
  • S. Shelah -- On cardinal invariants of the continuum
  • S. Todorcevic -- A note on the proper forcing axiom
  • D. Velleman -- Souslin trees constructed from Morasses
  • W. S. Zwicker -- $P_\kappa\lambda$ combinatorics I: Stationary coding sets rationalize the club filter
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