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Real fields But the theory of real closed fields The reason is the multiplicity ~2- candidate The theory of real closed fields to the theory of formally and is model-complete the element The natural for the theory of formally real fields would be the theory of real closed fields. which the theory of formally does not have a model-completion. for a model-completion fields. theory, -~ of real may be Q(/2) in another real closure it are two real closed fields are not elementarily Therefore, relative the theory of real to the theory of formally real fields.

_ other, of of m o d e l - c o n s i s t e n c y Let contains L The purpose of this chapter is to review these semantic definitions TV and if and only if it is true in concepts be defined either syntactically T K and relate them to the first chapter. The notions requirements. K k If is an extension of a sentence defined in a field closed extension of formal analogues L The formal closed fields are complete in one another. closed fields closed fields T and = (T*)~. T* are m u t u a l l y model- 45 The theory whenever M contain then is said to be model-complete is a model M M' T* T, M' as a substructure, and satisfies ~ T* is model-complete of T of M.

On the interrelationships of which have been introduced. Forcing As previously, and let After the the class of infinitely is completely subclasses Infinite finite forcing is more nearly effective in this chapter. The chapter concludes with some remarks § 1 class, but the class whose theory is model-consistent of an inductive relation between the various and their theory. as the unique maximal model-complete subclass and their forcing. and basic lemmas, is characterized These new models theory, but the construction than that of infinite Then one constructs a class of models which is model- is highly non-effective.

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