Cantor's paradox

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Cantor's paradox

(ˈkæntɔːz)
n
(Logic) logic the paradox derived from the supposition of an all-inclusive universal set, since every set has more subsets than members while every subset of such a universal set would be a member of it
[named after Georg Cantor (1845–1918), German mathematician, born in Russia]
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