About the coexistence of “classical sets” with “non-classical” ones: A survey

Logic and Logical Philosophy 11:79-90 (2003)
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This is a survey of some possible extensions of ZF to a larger universe, closer to the “naive set theory” (the universes discussed here concern, roughly speaking : stratified sets, partial sets, positive sets, paradoxical sets and double sets)



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