1920 | works |
5.3 | p.179 | 13536 | Skolem did not believe in the existence of uncountable sets |
1922 | Remarks on axiomatised set theory |
p.293 | p.293 | 17878 | If a 1st-order proposition is satisfied, it is satisfied in a denumerably infinite domain |
p.296 | p.296 | 17879 | Axiomatising set theory makes it all relative |
p.299 | p.299 | 17880 | Integers and induction are clear as foundations, but set-theory axioms certainly aren't |
p.300 | p.300 | 17881 | Mathematician want performable operations, not propositions about objects |