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set-theoretical

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  • adjective Alternative spelling of set-theoretic.

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Examples

  • This is the set-theoretical argument that I (and others) have been claiming.

    A New Book

  • Russell's paradox is the most famous of the logical or set-theoretical paradoxes.

    Russell's Paradox

  • For example Eric Hammer and Norman Danner (in the book edited by Allwein and Barwise, see the Bibliography) describe a ˜model theory of Venn diagrams™; the Venn diagrams themselves are the syntax, and the model theory is a set-theoretical explanation of their meaning.

    Model Theory

  • None of this involves denying the utility of the concept of a set or class; it insists only that the proper introduction of set-theoretical concepts calls for resources which go beyond the semantics of plural reference.

    Jamestown

  • In its early days the approach was called the “non-statement view” of theories, emphasizing the rôle of set-theoretical tools as opposed to linguistic analyses.

    Structuralism in Physics

  • Maddy also offers an admirably detailed account of the kinds of mathematical reasons that militate against the ˜Axiom™ of Constructibility, V = L, in particular the fact that its adoption goes against the set-theoretical maxim MAXIMIZE, which enjoins that the universe of sets should be as expansive as possible (by containing as many isomorphism types as possible).

    Naturalism in the Philosophy of Mathematics

  • In other words, within the perspective of a set-theoretical ontology, Badiou will be able to find another arrangement of these two opposed orientations.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • In other words, within the perspective of a set-theoretical ontology, Badiou will be able to find another arrangement of these two opposed orientations.

    enowning

  • AC in this formulation from the set-theoretical principle known as Zorn's lemma (see below).

    The Axiom of Choice

  • Officially, DRSs are set-theoretical objects, but in this article we use a linear notation.

    Discourse Representation Theory

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