The Finite and the Infinite in Frege's Grundgesetze der Arithmetik

In M. Schirn (ed.), Philosophy of Mathematics Today. OUP (1998)
Discusses Frege's formal definitions and characterizations of infinite and finite sets. Speculates that Frege might have discovered the "oddity" in Dedekind's famous proof that all infinite sets are Dedekind infinite and, in doing so, stumbled across an axiom of countable choice.
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