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  1. Cantor, God, and Inconsistent Multiplicities.Aaron R. Thomas-Bolduc - 2016 - Studies in Logic, Grammar and Rhetoric 44 (1):133-146.
    The importance of Georg Cantor’s religious convictions is often neglected in discussions of his mathematics and metaphysics. Herein I argue, pace Jan ́e (1995), that due to the importance of Christianity to Cantor, he would have never thought of absolutely infinite collections/inconsistent multiplicities,as being merely potential, or as being purely mathematical entities. I begin by considering and rejecting two arguments due to Ignacio Jan ́e based on letters to Hilbert and the generating principles for ordinals, respectively, showing that my reading (...)
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