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Journal of Symbolic Logic 63 (1):247-261 (1998)
|Abstract||Quine’s “New Foundations” (NF) was ﬁrst presented in Quine  and later on in Quine . Ernst Specker [1958, 1962], building upon a previous result of Ehrenfeucht and Mostowski , showed that NF is consistent if and only if there is a model of the Theory of Negative (and positive) Types (TNT) with full extensionality that admits of a “shifting automorphism,” but the existence of a such a model remains an open problem.|
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