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By Thomas J. Jech

Comprehensive in its number of themes and effects, this self-contained textual content examines the relative strengths and outcomes of the axiom of selection. every one bankruptcy comprises a number of difficulties, graded in accordance with trouble, and concludes with a few ancient remarks.
An creation to using the axiom of selection is via explorations of consistency, permutation versions, and independence. next chapters research embedding theorems, versions with finite helps, weaker types of the axiom, and nontransferable statements. the ultimate sections think about arithmetic with no selection, cardinal numbers in set thought with no selection, and houses that contradict the axiom of selection, together with the axiom of determinacy and similar topics

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