Aristotle on Mathematical Infinity

F. Steiner (1995)
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Aristotle was the first not only to distinguish between potential and actual infinity but also to insist that potential infinity alone is enough for mathematics ...
Keywords Infinite  Mathematics, Greek
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Call number QA9.K6797 1995
ISBN(s) 3515068511   9783515068512  
DOI 10.2307/632275
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