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Jensen Lecture Videotapes (fwd)

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Date: Sun, 20 May 2001 02:50:13 -0700 (PDT)
From: J. W. Addison <addison@math.berkeley.edu>
Subject: Jensen Lecture Videotapes

     The Thirteenth Annual Alfred Tarski Lectures by Ronald Jensen were
videotaped and the tapes are now available (on an experimental basis) for
borrowing by interested faculty and students.  If you missed one or more
of the lectures or would like to have a chance to review a lecture you
heard, the videotapes can be borrowed beginning on Monday, May 21, from
Catalina Cordoba during her office hours in the Logic Office in 731 Evans
Hall.  The loan period for each tape is one day and you will be asked to
sign a register signifying hich tape you are borrowing and indicating that
you will be responsible for its prompt return in good condition.  (In the
unhappy event that a tape is lost or damaged we will expect the borrower
to pay the full costs for having a new loan copy made.)

     Recall that Jensen's first lecture was entitled "On the Philosophical
Foundations of Set Theory" while the second and third lectures were on
"Making Cardinals omega-Cofinal".