Plural Quantification and the Iterative Concept of Set

Philosophy Research Archives 11:579-587 (1985)
Arecent paper by George Boolos suggests that it is philosophically respectable to use monadic second order logic in one’s explication of the iterative concept of set. I shall here give a partial indication of the new range of theories of the iterative hierarchy which are thus madeavailable to philosophers of set theory
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