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Burali-Forti's paradox, published in 1897 as the first set-theoretic paradox, had been known to Cantor in 1895. It uses the concept of the ordinal number. The set W of all such numbers is well ordered and it is possible to show that the ordinal number assigned to the ordering of W should be greater than any element of W, which is a contradiction. 4. Russell's paradox is the simplest because it uses no advanced concepts or arguments. It showed that something is wrong with the "naive" idea of classes (or sets) and that it is impossible to assume that every condition determines a class.
New York: McGrawHill, 1967. : On computable numbers with an application to the Entscheidungsproblem, Proc. London Math. Soc. 42: 230-265,1937. P. 1. , true in any possible state of affairs. " The attempts to give a more precise explication of that idea split it into a number of non-equivalent concepts. Here are some of them, those which are more frequent in the literature. 2. The requirement of giving a precise explication of the Leibnizian idea might be satisfied by equating the class of analytic propositions with the class of logically valid [logically true] formulae, (cf.