Oxfam Bookshop Leeds
343pp. Softback. Very mild wear to edges of cover, tight binding, text clean and bright. No markings.
Cantor's ideas formed the basis for set theory and also for the mathematical treatment of the concept of infinity. The philosophical and heuristic framework he developed had a lasting effect on modern mathematics, and is the recurrent theme of this volume. Hallett explores Cantor's ideas and, in particular, their ramifications for Zermelo-Frankel set theory.
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