14136 | A cardinal is an abstraction, from the nature of a set's elements, and from their order [Cantor] |
14146 | We aren't sure if one cardinal number is always bigger than another [Russell] |
13891 | To understand finite cardinals, it is necessary and sufficient to understand progressions [Wright,C on Benacerraf] |
17904 | A set has k members if it one-one corresponds with the numbers less than or equal to k [Benacerraf] |
17906 | To explain numbers you must also explain cardinality, the counting of things [Benacerraf] |
18106 | Aleph-1 is the first ordinal that exceeds aleph-0 [Bostock] |
17457 | A basic grasp of cardinal numbers needs an understanding of equinumerosity [Heck] |
8664 | Cardinal numbers answer 'how many?', with the order being irrelevant [Friend] |