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For those interested, there is a discord server created by me and [[User:Zetapology|Zetapology]]: https://discord.gg/tbGrU39
 
For those interested, there is a discord server created by me and [[User:Zetapology|Zetapology]]: https://discord.gg/tbGrU39
  
My "ideal background theory" (or just "prefered theory") is $\text{ZFC + GCH + VP +}$ there is a transitive model of $\text{ZFC + }$ "there is a cardinal that is $n$-huge for all $n$".
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"Never Ending Ordinal Studies" discord server: http://discord.me/neos/
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My "ideal background theory" (or just "prefered theory") is $\text{ZFC + GCH + VP +}$ there is a transitive model of $\text{ZFC + I0}$.
  
 
[[User-blog:Julian Barathieu/Ordinal analyses|This post]] contains a table listing some of the many ordinal analyses done of second-order arithmetic theories and their set-theoretic counterparts.
 
[[User-blog:Julian Barathieu/Ordinal analyses|This post]] contains a table listing some of the many ordinal analyses done of second-order arithmetic theories and their set-theoretic counterparts.

Revision as of 03:23, 15 March 2018

This is Wabb2t's new profile.

For those interested, there is a discord server created by me and Zetapology: https://discord.gg/tbGrU39

"Never Ending Ordinal Studies" discord server: http://discord.me/neos/

My "ideal background theory" (or just "prefered theory") is $\text{ZFC + GCH + VP +}$ there is a transitive model of $\text{ZFC + I0}$.

This post contains a table listing some of the many ordinal analyses done of second-order arithmetic theories and their set-theoretic counterparts.