Multiple Universes of Sets and Indeterminate Truth Values

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Martin, D.A. Multiple Universes of Sets and Indeterminate Truth Values. Topoi 20, 5–16 (2001).

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  • Continuum Hypothesis
  • Definite Property
  • Weak Concept
  • Unique Isomorphism
  • Strong Concept