denumerable

ADJECTIVE
  1. that can be counted
    countable sins
    numerable assets
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How To Use denumerable In A Sentence

  • The set of rational numbers is denumerable, that is, it has cardinal number d.
  • In his core criticism of set theory, however, the later Wittgenstein denies this, saying that the diagonal proof does not prove non-denumerability, for “[i] t means nothing to say: “Therefore the X numbers are not denumerable” (RFM II, §10). Wittgenstein's Philosophy of Mathematics
  • Except during yogic nonconceptual cognition of nondenumerable voidness when the process of ridding ourselves forever (spang-ba, abandoning) unawareness begins, unawareness (ma-rig-pa, ignorance) accompanies all moments of conceptual and nonconceptual cognition. 7 Non-Gelug Variations Concerning General Tantra
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