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MATHEMATICS (MS 1-278)
An inquiry into what grades of multitude of collections are mathematically possible. This is a logical inquiry because both a strict logica utens and the principles of logica docens are required. Collection is explained but not precisely defined. Provided are three axioms relating to collections and several theorems. The inquiry concludes with a discussion of the general method of drawing conclusions by means of the above system.
Collections, Logica docens, Logica utens, Mathematics, Multitude
pp. 1-24, with 24 pp. of rejects and/or alternatives.
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