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If a

has a model of cardinality a. More explicitly, this theorem contains two parts: (1) If

a

...

If a

**theory**has any infinite model, then, for any infinite cardinality a, that**theory**has a model of cardinality a. More explicitly, this theorem contains two parts: (1) If

a

**theory**has a model of infinite cardinality B, then, for each infinite cardinal a that...

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Logicistic thesis did not so develop historically, it could be based as well on a set

mathematics employing the completed infinite go beyond intuitive evidence.

Logicistic thesis did not so develop historically, it could be based as well on a set

**theory**as on a type**theory**. Formalism. Hilbert accepted that the parts of classicalmathematics employing the completed infinite go beyond intuitive evidence.

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Measurement

MEDINA Mechanics: Energy,. Measurement

associating numbers with objects and empirical phenomena. It specifies what

relations ...

Measurement

**Theory**Mecca and Medina MECCA Mecca's religious shrinesMEDINA Mechanics: Energy,. Measurement

**theory**studies the problems inassociating numbers with objects and empirical phenomena. It specifies what

relations ...

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