Regarding the weak continuum hypothesis (B.F. Jones):(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

[tex]{\displaystyle 2^ {\aleph_{0}} < 2^ {\aleph_{1}}}[/tex]

and the Luzin Hypothesis:

[tex]{\displaystyle 2^ {\aleph_{0}} = 2^ {\aleph_{1}}}[/tex]

Where can I find Bukovsky's paper that shows the Luzin Hypothesis is consistent with set theory? Or perhaps someone can repeat the proof here (or summarize it)?

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# Luzin Hypothesis and weak CH

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