Cantor and Cohen: Infinite Investigators

17th June, 2008

My two humble blog posts have grown into articles at Plus Magazine.

Part 1: the Axiom of Choice

Part 2: the Continuum Hypothesis

   

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2 Responses to “Cantor and Cohen: Infinite Investigators”

  1. From Richard Elwes - An infinitely bored librarian:

    June 23rd, 2008 at 6:02 pm

    [...] having read my recent articles about set-theory, feeds back: The best “real world” example of Russell’s paradox [...]

  2. From John Ryskamp:

    August 16th, 2008 at 5:54 pm

    I see from your dissertation that you have not read A. Garciadiego, BERTRAND RUSSELL AND THE ORIGINS OF THE SET-THEORETIC ‘PARADOXES.’ You should do so immediatley, because you have a lot of incorrect history.

    Apr 18, 2006 … Ryskamp, John Henry, “Paradox, Natural Mathematics,
    > Relativity and Twentieth-Century Ideas” . Available at SSRN:
    > http://ssrn.com/abstract= …
    > papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=897085 – Similar pages – Note
    > this
    > by J RYSKAMP – All 2 versions