Georg Cantor Quote

If there is some determinate succession of defined whole real numbers, among which there exists no greatest, on the basis of this second principle of generation a new number is obtained which is regarded as the limit of those numbers, i. e. is defined as the next greater number than all of them.


From Kant to Hilbert (1996)

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If there is some determinate succession of defined whole real numbers, among which there exists no greatest, on the basis of this second principle of ...

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If there is some determinate succession of defined whole real numbers, among which there exists no greatest, on the basis of this second principle of ...

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If there is some determinate succession of defined whole real numbers, among which there exists no greatest, on the basis of this second principle of ...

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If there is some determinate succession of defined whole real numbers, among which there exists no greatest, on the basis of this second principle of ...