Are We Closer To A Solution Of The Continuum Problem?

Manuscrito 29 (2):331-350 (2006)

Abstract
The Continuum Hypothesis has motivated a considerable part of the development of axiomatic set theory for over a century. We present, in a very schematic way, some of the results that give information related to Cantor’s Continuum Problem.
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