Jean-Yves Beziau
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
We discuss the many aspects and qualities of the number one: the different ways it can be represented, the different things it may represent. We discuss the ordinal and cardinal natures of the one, its algebraic behaviour as a neutral element and finally its role as a truth-value in logic.
Keywords One  Philosophy of mathematics  Logic  Truth-value  Boole  Universal logic
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DOI 10.1007/s40961-016-0081-7
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