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Uniquely undefinable elements. (English) Zbl 1184.03036

Summary: There exists a model in a countable language having a unique element which is not definable in \(\mathcal L_{\omega _{1}, \omega }\). This answers Problem 10.12 from the updated version of A. Miller’s problem list [http://www.math.wisc.edu/~miller/res/problem.pdf].

MSC:

03C75 Other infinitary logic

Citations:

Zbl 0828.03017
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[1] Set Theory of the Reals 6 pp 645– (1993)
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[4] Model Theory for Infinitary Logic. Logic with Countable Conjunctions and Finite Quantifiers 62 (1971)
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