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Topic: Using classes instead of sets
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Frederick Williams

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Re: Using classes instead of sets
Posted: Mar 31, 2013 7:49 AM
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"Shmuel (Seymour J.) Metz" wrote:
> In <>, on 03/30/2013
> at 08:35 AM, David C. Ullrich <> said:

> >Oh? For example?
> <>
> Note that it has only a restricted axiom of comprehension.

David Ullrich might be interested to know that NF proves infinity and
disproves choice! NF with Urelemente (and thus with Extensionality
relaxed) does neither. (Assuming NF/NFU to be consistent, natr\"ulich.
I think NFU is consistent iff PA is, and the consistency of NF is open.)

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