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U, hence we enable Yk+1 = Y , and because X ⊂ Y , we've for all u ∈ X, (∃v ψ(u, v))M if and provided that (∃v ∈ M ) ψ M (u, v) if and provided that (∃v ∈ Y ) ψ M (u, v) ¯ v, Y1 , . . . , Yk ). (∃v ∈ Y ) ψ(u, if and provided that The L´ evy Hierarchy Deﬁnable thoughts could be classiﬁed through the next hierarchy of formulation, brought through Azriel L´evy: A formulation is Σ0 and Π0 if its in basic terms quantiﬁers are bounded, i. e. , a ∆0 formulation. Inductively, a formulation is Σn+1 whether it is of the shape ∃x ϕ the place ϕ is Πn , and Πn+1 if its is of the shape ∀x ϕ the place ϕ is Σn . we are saying estate (class, relation) is Σn (or Πn ) if it may be expressed by means of a Σn (or Πn ) formulation. A functionality F is Σn (Πn ) if the relation y = F (x) is Σn (Πn ). 184 half II. complicated Set conception This classiﬁcation of deﬁnable innovations isn't really syntactical: to ensure proposal may be expressed in a undeniable method might have an evidence (in ZF). to demonstrate this, reflect on the evidence of Lemma thirteen. 10 bellow: To agreement like quantiﬁers into one makes use of an program of the Pairing Axiom. every time we are saying estate P is Σn we consistently suggest P might be expressed through a Σn formulation in ZF, except we speciﬁcally kingdom which axioms of ZF are assumed. due to the fact that each facts makes use of in simple terms ﬁnitely many axioms, each speciﬁc estate calls for a ﬁnite set Σ of axioms of ZF for its classiﬁcation within the hierarchy. This ﬁnite set is implicit within the use of the deﬁning formulation. whilst M is a transitive version of Σ then the relativization P M is unambiguous, specifically the formulation ϕM . We name such transitive types enough for P . A estate is ∆n whether it is either Σn and Πn . Lemma thirteen. 10. permit n ≥ 1. (i) If P , Q are Σn houses, then so are ∃x P , P ∧Q, P ∨Q, (∃u ∈ x) P , (∀u ∈ x) P . (ii) If P , Q are Πn homes, then so are ∀x P , P ∧Q, P ∨Q, (∀u ∈ x) P , (∃u ∈ x) P . (iii) If P is Σn , then ¬P is Πn ; if P is Πn , then ¬P is Σn . (iv) If P is Πn and Q is Σn , then P → Q is Σn ; if P is Σn and Q is Πn , then P → Q is Πn (v) If P and Q are ∆n , then so are ¬P , P ∧ Q, P ∨ Q, P → Q, P ↔ Q, (∀u ∈ x) P , (∃u ∈ x) P . (vi) If F is a Σn functionality, then dom(F ) is a Σn type. (vii) If F is a Σn functionality and dom(F ) is ∆n , then F is ∆n . (viii) If F and G are Σn features, then so is F ◦ G. (ix) If F is a Σn functionality and if P is a Σn estate, then P (F (x)) is Σn . evidence. allow us to end up the lemma for n = 1. the overall case follows simply by means of induction. (i) permit P (x, . . . ) ↔ ∃z ϕ(z, x, . . . ), Q(x, . . . ) ↔ ∃u ψ(u, x, . . . ) the place ϕ and ψ are ∆0 formulation. we have now (13. eight) ∃x P (x, . . . ) ↔ ∃x ∃z ϕ(z, x, . . . ) ↔ ∃v ∃w ∈ v ∃x ∈ w ∃z ∈ w (v = (x, z) ∧ ϕ(z, x, . . . )). The right-hand facet of (13. eight) is a Σ1 formulation. in addition, P (x, . . . ) ∧ Q(x, . . . ) ↔ ∃z ∃u (ϕ(z, x, . . . ) ∧ ψ(u, x, . . . )), P (x, . . . ) ∨ Q(x, . . . ) ↔ ∃z ∃u (ϕ(z, x, . . . ) ∨ ψ(u, x, . . . )), (∃u ∈ x) P (u, . . . ) ↔ ∃z ∃u (u ∈ x ∧ ϕ(z, u, . . . )). thirteen. Constructible units 185 to teach that (∀u ∈ x) P is a Σ1 estate, we use the gathering precept: (∀u ∈ x) P (u, . . . ) ↔ (∀u ∈ x) ∃z ϕ(z, u, . . . ) ↔ ∃y (∀u ∈ x)(∃z ∈ y) ϕ(z, u, . . . ). (ii) follows from (i) and (iii).