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Two of these papers, by Paul Bernays (1967) and Georg Kreisel (1967), advocated the idea that the categoricity of second-order ZFC establishes that the continuum problem remains a problem with a determinate answer despite the result that it cannot be decided by the first-order axioms of ZFC. This view met with great hostility from Mostowski, both in his own paper and in his contributions to the discussion, and in discussion by Kalmár and Bar-Hillel. ” 7 It seems to me that philosophy of mathematics should pay much more attention to this notion than has been the case.