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Forster, T.E. - Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics, University of Cambridge
The Iterative Conception of Set Thomas Forster
ZF + \Every set is the same size as a wellfounded Thomas Forster
Weak systems of set theory related to Thomas Forster
Review of ``From Dedekind to Godel'' Thomas Forster
Erdos-Rado without choice Thomas Forster
Seeking Structure for the Collection of Rieger-Bernays Permutation models
Dr. Thomas Forster Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics, Centre for Mathematical
Sethood and situations T.E.Forster and C.M. Rood
Thomas Forster Tries to Understand Julian Jaynes
Contemporary Mathematics AC fails in the natural analogues of V and L that model the
Finite-to-one maps Thomas Forster
The Significance of Yablo's Paradox without SelfReference
Symmetric sets and graph models of set and multiset Hoang-Vu Dang
Rhetorical Devices in Analytic Philosophy March 22, 2010
Games played on an illfounded membership Thomas Forster
Better-Quasi-Orderings and Coinduction Thomas Forster
Book Review Jon Barwise and Laurence Moss
Dr. Thomas Forster Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics, Centre for
A semantic characterization of the well-typed formul of -calculus
Cahiers du Centre de logique The Paris-Harrington Theorem
Implementing Mathematical Objects in Set Thomas Forster
Contemporary Mathematics Permutations and Wellfoundedness: the True Meaning of
Sharvy's Lucy and Benjamin puzzle Thomas Forster
Number systems of different lengths, and a natural approach to infinitesimal analysis
EA Systems Examples Induction and Recursion Length Measuring the Universe Analysis Number systems of different lengths,
Church's Set Theory with a Universal Set Thomas Forster
Axiomatising set theory with a universal set Thomas Forster
Representing di erential games as combinatorial Thomas Forster
Yablo's Paradox and the Omitting Types Theorem for Propositional Languages
A Tutorial on Countable Ordinals Thomas Forster
Relaxing stratification Thomas Forster
A Note on Paradoxes in Ethics Thomas Forster
Why Set theory without Foundation? Thomas Forster
THE ABSOLUTE ARITHMETIC CONTINUUM AND THE UNIFICATION OF ALL NUMBERS GREAT AND SMALL
Dr. Thomas Forster Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics, Centre for Mathematical
Deterministic and Nondeterministic Strategies for Hintikka games in First-order and
THE MODAL THER THOMAS FORSTER
Why the Sets of NF do not form a Cartesian-closed Category
Coercive Theories of Meaning From Hobbes and Hume through to Wittgenstein and Dummett it has been a
Review of ``Finsler Set Theory'' Paul Finsler was a geometer with an amateur interest in Foundations and Set
THE MODAL AETHER THOMAS FORSTER
Quine's NF---60 years on Thomas Forster
Back to the Roots Would the development of early twentieth century metamathematics have taken a completely
The Axiom of Choice and Inference to the Best Explanation