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-October-2019-Set-Theory-Seminar-Asaf-Karagila
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SUMMARY:Set Theory Seminar, Asaf Karagila
ATTENDEE;ROLE=Speaker:Asaf Karagila
DTSTART;TZID=Europe/Amsterdam:20191025T120000
DTEND;TZID=Europe/Amsterdam:20191025T130000
LOCATION:ILLC Seminar Room F1.15, Science Park 107
, Amsterdam
DESCRIPTION:Abstract. Adding a single Cohen real
to L provides us with a lattice of intermediate mo
dels, but if we only consider models of ZFC, these
models are all somehow very similar (except L its
elf). Without assuming the Axiom of Choice in thos
e intermediate models we have a very different pic
ture. We will discuss the construction of the Bris
tol model, which is a model between L and L[c], wh
ich does not have the form L(x) for any set x.
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\n\n Adding a single Cohen real to L provides
us with a lattice of intermediate models, but if w
e only consider models of ZFC, these models are al
l somehow very similar (except L itself). Without
assuming the Axiom of Choice in those intermediate
models we have a very different picture. We will
discuss the construction of the Bristol model, whi
ch is a model between L and L[c], which does not h
ave the form L(x) for any set x.

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URL:http://events.illc.uva.nl/settheory/
CONTACT:Benedikt Loewe at b.loewe at uva.nl
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