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Set theory debate : cantor 1st / Virgil argument.
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By analogue we can show any open interval with endpoint 2 consecutive integers contains infinitely many fractions.

This SUGGESTS that there is no bijection from integers to fractions.
But there is.
This proof strategy fails.

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Tommy1729
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RE: Set theory debate : cantor 1st / Virgil argument. - by tommy1729 - 12/08/2015, 11:14 PM

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