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ABSTRACT. We obtain a better definition of the natural numbers after considering a more elementary case where the language of Set Theory is insufficient to complete an important definition. That set-theoretic language is far removed from the ordinary language of number of things, and even sets of them. The very possibility of there being a number of Ss is contingent, specifically on the term "S" being count.

 

Written by HARTLEY SLATER
 
 
 

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