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Sufficient conditions for the forcing theorem, and turning proper classes into sets

Volume 246 / 2019

Peter Holy, Regula Krapf, Philipp Schlicht Fundamenta Mathematicae 246 (2019), 27-44 MSC: 03E40, 03E70. DOI: 10.4064/fm530-9-2018 Published online: 15 February 2019

Abstract

We present three natural combinatorial properties for class forcing notions, which imply the forcing theorem to hold. We then show that all known sufficient conditions for the forcing theorem (except for the forcing theorem itself), including the three properties presented in this paper, imply yet another regularity property for class forcing notions, namely that proper classes of the ground model cannot become sets in a generic extension, that is, they do not have set-sized names in the ground model. We then show that over certain models of Gödel–Bernays set theory without the power set axiom, there is a notion of class forcing which turns a proper class into a set, however does not satisfy the forcing theorem. Moreover, we show that the property of not turning proper classes into sets can be used to characterize pretameness over such models of Gödel–Bernays set theory.

Authors

  • Peter HolyMathematisches Institut
    Universität Bonn
    Endenicher Allee 60
    53115 Bonn, Germany
    e-mail
  • Regula KrapfMathematisches Institut
    Universität Koblenz-Landau
    Universitätsstraße 1
    56070 Koblenz, Germany
    e-mail
  • Philipp SchlichtSchool of Mathematics
    University of Bristol
    University Walk
    BS8 1TW, Bristol, UK
    e-mail

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