15916 | Frege's one-to-one correspondence replaces well-ordering, because infinities can't be counted [Frege, by Lavine] |
17446 | Counting rests on one-one correspondence, of numerals to objects [Frege] |
9582 | Husserl rests sameness of number on one-one correlation, forgetting the correlation with numbers themselves [Frege] |
17444 | Husserl said counting is more basic than Frege's one-one correspondence [Husserl, by Heck] |
14118 | We can define one-to-one without mentioning unity [Russell] |
9852 | We understand 'there are as many nuts as apples' as easily by pairing them as by counting them [Dummett] |
17450 | Understanding 'just as many' needn't involve grasping one-one correspondence [Heck] |
17451 | We can know 'just as many' without the concepts of equinumerosity or numbers [Heck] |