Subsystems of Quine's ``New Foundations'' with Predicativity Restrictions

Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 40 (2):183-196 (1999)
This paper presents an exposition of subsystems and of Quine's , originally defined and shown to be consistent by Crabbé, along with related systems and of type theory. A proof that (and so ) interpret the ramified theory of types is presented (this is a simplified exposition of a result of Crabbé). The new result that the consistency strength of is the same as that of is demonstrated. It will also be shown that cannot be finitely axiomatized (as can and )
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