On Forms of Justification in Set Theory

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BARTON, Neil, Claudio TERNULLO, Giorgio VENTURI, 2020. On Forms of Justification in Set Theory. In: The Australasian Journal of Logic. Australasian Association for Logic. 17(4), pp. 158-200. eISSN 1448-5052. Available under: doi: 10.26686/ajl.v17i4.6579

@article{Barton2020Forms-56101, title={On Forms of Justification in Set Theory}, year={2020}, doi={10.26686/ajl.v17i4.6579}, number={4}, volume={17}, journal={The Australasian Journal of Logic}, pages={158--200}, author={Barton, Neil and Ternullo, Claudio and Venturi, Giorgio} }

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