Basic Notions and Problems

Part of the Theory and Decision Library book series (TDLB, volume 33)


Throughout the book, M will denote an arbitrary, but fixed infinite set of some elements. The starting primary notion in our discussion will be that of a property. Let Pr denote the class of all nonantinomial properties which make sense for the elements of M, and which can be formulated in a natural language. We shall assume that each property pPr separates from M an object, generally distinct in each case. From this viewpoint, a division of Pr into two subclasses will be introduced and its consequences will be discussed.


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