A Consistent Conception of the Extended Linear Continuum as an Aggregate of Unextended Elements

  title={A Consistent Conception of the Extended Linear Continuum as an Aggregate of Unextended Elements},
  author={Adolf Gr{\"u}nbaum},
  journal={Philosophy of Science},
  pages={288 - 306}
  • A. Grünbaum
  • Published 1 October 1952
  • Mathematics
  • Philosophy of Science
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