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John Ryskamp

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Set Theory History and Relativity

A great deal of new work in the history of set theory has shed important light on the role of natural mathematics in various twentieth-century theories, particularly on the role of "natural" coincidence in the relativity of simultaneity. Here is a paper which uses some of the new literature. Above all, you should read Garciadiego's BERTRAND RUSSELL AND THE ORIGINS OF THE SET-THEORETIC 'PARADOXES.'

Ryskamp, John Henry, "Paradox, Natural Mathematics, Relativity and Twentieth-Century Ideas" (May 19, 2007). Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=897085

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