Classifying ℵo-categorical theories II: The existence of finitely axiomatizable proper class II theories

Studia Logica 60 (2):275-297 (1998)
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Abstract

Clark and Krauss [1977] presents a classification of complete, satisfiable and o-categorical theories in first order languages with finite non-logical vocabularies. In 1988 the first author modified this classification and raised three questions about the distribution of finitely axiomatizable theories. This paper answers two of those questions.

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