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 adjective Alternative spelling of
settheoretic .
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This is the settheoretical argument that I (and others) have been claiming.

Russell's paradox is the most famous of the logical or settheoretical paradoxes.

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 settheoretical explanation of their meaning.

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

In its early days the approach was called the “nonstatement view” of theories, emphasizing the rÃ´le of settheoretical tools as opposed to linguistic analyses.

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 settheoretical maxim MAXIMIZE, which enjoins that the universe of sets should be as expansive as possible (by containing as many isomorphism types as possible).

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

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

AC in this formulation from the settheoretical principle known as Zorn's lemma (see below).

Officially, DRSs are settheoretical objects, but in this article we use a linear notation.
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