Paradoxes of Choice

Choice on trial The Axiom of Choice is one of the most intriguing concepts in set theory, and it has been the subject of much debate since its introduction by Ernst Zermelo in 1904. However this axiom, actually reflecting only a small part of possible choice principles, has led to some fascinating and sometimes counterintuitive results. In this blog post, we will explore some of the paradoxes that arise from the Axiom of Choice, as well as the deeper reasons behind them.

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