On the Development of the Notion of a Cardinal Number

History and Philosophy of Logic 31 (2):123-143 (2011)
Abstract
We discuss the concept of a cardinal number and its history, focussing on Cantor's work and its reception. J'ay fait icy peu pres comme Euclide, qui ne pouvant pas bien >faire< entendre absolument ce que c'est que raison prise dans le sens des Geometres, definit bien ce que c'est que memes raisons. (Leibniz) 1
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Oliver Deiser (2011). An Axiomatic Theory of Well-Orderings. Review of Symbolic Logic 4 (2):186-204.
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