VERY GOOD 1962 FIRST EDITION softcover, free tracking number, clean NEW text, solid binding, NO remainders NOT ex-library, smoke free; slight gentle shelfwear / storage-wear; cover some scuffing; back shows short tear WE SHIP FAST. Carefully packed and quickly sent. 201613211 Chapter 1: Historical remarks; Outlines of Cantor's theory 1 - 6 Chapter II: Ordered sets; A theorem of Hausdorff 7 - 11 Chapter III: Axiomatic set theory; Axioms of Zermelo and Fraenkel 12 - 19 Chapter IV: The well-ordering theorem 19 - 22 Chapter V: Ordinals and alephs 22 - 28 Chapter VI: Some remarks on functions of ordinal numbers 28 - 32 Chapter VII: On the exponentiation of alephs 32 - 34 Chapter VIII: Set representing ordinals 35 - 37 Chapter IX: The notions "finite" and "infinite" 38 - 41 Chapter X: The simple infinite sequence; Development of arithmetic 41 - 44 Chapter XI: Some remarks on the nature of the set-theoretic axioms; The set-theoretic relativism 45 - 47 Chapter XII: The simple theory of types 48 - 50 Chapter XIII: The theory of Quine 50 - 52 Chapter XIV: The ramified theory of types. Predicative set theory 52 - 61 Chapter XV: Lorenzen's operative mathematics 61 - 64 Chapter XVI: Some remarks on intuitionist mathematics 64 - 68 Chapter XVII: Mathematics without quantifiers 68 - 69 Chapter XVIII: The possibility of set theory based on many-valued logic 69 - 70 Please choose Priority / Expedited shipping for faster delivery. (No shipping to Mexico, Brazil or Italy.)
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Book Description Univ of Notre Dame Pr, 1962. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P11026800000X