# Tagged Questions

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### Inner model in which every uncountable cardinal is large

The following is known:
$(*)$ If $0^\sharp$ exists, then any uncountable cardinal is is an inaccessible cardinal (and even more) in $L$.
My question is that:
Are there any large cardinal ...

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### Gödel's Constructible Universe in Infinitary Logics (A Possible Approach to HOD Problem)

Gödel's constructible universe ($L$) is defined using definable power set operator in first order logic ($\mathcal{L}_{\omega ,\omega}$). One can produce such a universe in infinitary logics in ...

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### What is known about equiconsistency of PFA and existence of supercompact cardinals?

Question: What is the last status of known partial results and new approaches on the problem of equiconsistency of PFA and existence of supercompact cardinals?

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### Latest stand of core model theory?

What is the "strongest" core model to this day? In particular, how far are we from a core model for supercompact cardinals? There are rumors of some notes from a workshop in 2004:
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### What is the role of absoluteness in existence of a non-trivial self elementary embedding on an inner model?

ِDefinition (1): Call an inner model M "rigid" if there are no non-trivial elementary embeddings $j: M\longrightarrow M$.
It is possible that $L$ is not rigid, while the problem is open for $HOD$. ...

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### Models of Determinacy

Today we have that $L(\mathbb{R}) \models AD$ (assuming there are $\omega$ many Woodin cardinals and a measurable above them all). I was wondering what other models of $AD$ might look like and if it ...

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### $\omega$-small and properly small premice.

Let $\mathcal M$ be a premouse.
$\mathcal M$ is said to be $\omega$-small if and only if whenever we have that $\kappa=crit(E)$ for some extender $E$ on the sequence of $\mathcal M$, then $\mathcal ...

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### A question about Mitchell/Steel Fine Structure and Iteration Trees

In chapter 8 of Mitchell's and Steel's FSIT, they prove a central fine structural result, which basically states that if $\mathcal{M}$ is 1-small, $k$-sound, $k$-iterable premouse then the ...

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### Why “adding” a single extender cannot give an L-like inner model for say, a strong cardinal?

The constructible universe $L$ is too thin for large cardinals greater than measurable. To build $L$-like inner models for large cardinal, it is natural to think about "adding" the evidences into the ...

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### Devlin's “Constructibility” as a resource

It is fairly well-known among set-theorists that Keith Devlin's 1984 book "Constructibility" has flaws in its initial development of fine structure theory. (See Lee Stanley's review 1 of the text for ...

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### Do indiscernibility embeddings exist for an initial segment of an inner model of many measurable cardinals?

Background
I am interested in elementary embeddings from a model of set theory into itself. One way of producing such elementary embeddings is when the model is generated by indiscernibles; this idea ...

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### Characterizing elementary embeddings of $L$ and $L_\alpha$ under 0#

Suppose 0# exists.
It is clear that every order preserving map from the indiscernibles to the indiscernibles gives an elementary embedding from $L$ to $L$. Furthermore, following lemmas 18.7 and 18.8 ...