End-extensions preserving power set

Journal of Symbolic Logic 56 (1):323-328 (1991)
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Abstract

We consider the quantifier hierarchy of Takahashi [1972] and show how it gives rise to reflection theorems for some large cardinals in ZF, a new natural subtheory of Zermelo's set theory, a potentially useful new reduction of the consistency problem for Quine's NF, and a sharpening of another reduction of this problem due to Boffa.

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Thomas Forster
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