Partially ordered sets and the independence property

Journal of Symbolic Logic 54 (2):396-401 (1989)
No theory of a partially ordered set of finite width has the independence property, generalizing Poizat's corresponding result for linearly ordered sets. In fact, a question of Poizat concerning linearly ordered sets is answered by showing, moreover, that no theory of a partially ordered set of finite width has the multi-order property. It then follows that a distributive lattice is not finite-dimensional $\operatorname{iff}$ its theory has the independence property $\operatorname{iff}$ its theory has the multi-order property
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