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If we substitute each of these in turn for the variable x in the above propositional function, we have the following propositions: (1 ε Nn) ⋅ (1 ε Pr) (2 ε Nn) ⋅ (2 ε Pr) (3 ε Nn) ⋅ (3 ε Pr) (4 ε Nn) ⋅ (4 ε Pr) From the definition of “prime number” and the definition of “⋅”, it follows that the first three of these propositions are true and the last one, false. The claim that at least one such proposition is true, namely the proposition: “Some numbers are prime numbers” is formulated in logic by prefixing the sign “(∃x)” to the propositional function from which they were obtained, thus: (VI) (∃x)[(x ε Nn) ⋅ (x ε Pr)] Notice, again, that we bracket off the propositional function before prefixing the sign “(∃x)”.

Or we may, if we wish, merely infer a propositional function, say, where z is any variable we like to choose, whether or not we have made use of it earlier in the proof. This concludes our preliminary survey of the symbolism of logic used in the pages which follow. 1. ”, is not an easy one to answer, nor is it the purpose of set theory to find an answer to it. For in set theory the term class is left undefined. But in set theory, as in any other formal deductive system, the undefined terms have an intended interpretation.

3. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 4. The Classes Admitted by AxIII (a1) Let the class so defined (the unit-class of a set) be: [α] (cf. Fig. 15, p. 26). (a2) Let the class so defined (the complementary class of a class) be: Ã or: (a3) Let the class so defined (the intersection of two classes) be: /A ∩ B/ (cf. Fig. 11, p. 23). (b1) Let the class so defined (the class of unit sets) be: USt. (b2) Let the class so defined (the class of membership pairs) be: MPr. (b3) Let the class so defined (the class of first-member-in-A pairs) be: mem1A or mem1/A/ (cf.