Hume's Principle, Bad Company, and the Axiom of Choice

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ROBERTS, Sam, Stewart SHAPIRO, 2022. Hume's Principle, Bad Company, and the Axiom of Choice. In: The Review of Symbolic Logic. Cambridge University Press. ISSN 1755-0203. eISSN 1755-0211. Available under: doi: 10.1017/S1755020322000144

@article{Roberts2022Humes-57720, title={Hume's Principle, Bad Company, and the Axiom of Choice}, year={2022}, doi={10.1017/S1755020322000144}, issn={1755-0203}, journal={The Review of Symbolic Logic}, author={Roberts, Sam and Shapiro, Stewart} }

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