# Changes related to "Mathematics"

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#### 20 July 2014

- (diff | hist) . . m Field (mathematics); 17:01 . .
**(-3,578)**. . Conservative (Talk | contribs) (Reverted edits by JerryFarro (talk) to last revision by GregG) - (diff | hist) . . m Field (mathematics); 14:12 . . (+1) . . GregG (Talk | contribs) (→Axioms: fix a broken math tag)

#### 19 July 2014

- (diff | hist) . . Set theory; 23:15 . . (+185) . . Aschlafly (Talk | contribs) (cite as a "See also" to a Forum explaining the status of set theory in mathematics and philosophy today)
- (diff | hist) . . Field (mathematics); 23:12 . . (+455) . . GregG (Talk | contribs) (→Axioms: latexfy + semantic markup, improve)
- (diff | hist) . . m Set theory; 23:00 . . (+1) . . GregG (Talk | contribs) (→History of set theory: sp)
- (diff | hist) . . Set theory; 22:59 . . (+202) . . Aschlafly (Talk | contribs) (An initial insight of set theory, against intense opposition by established mathematicians, was that some infinities are larger than others. Previously it was thought that infinity had only one size.)
- (diff | hist) . . Set theory; 22:56 . . (+119) . . GregG (Talk | contribs) (latexfy, improve)
- (diff | hist) . . Set theory; 22:54 . . (+17) . . GregG (Talk | contribs) (link to our article on Sets)
- (diff | hist) . . Set theory; 22:46 . . (+253) . . Aschlafly (Talk | contribs) (The mathematician Giuseppe Peano created the symbol ∈ in 1889 to mean "is an element of," from the Greek epsilon that is the first letter of εἰμί, meaning "I am.")
- (diff | hist) . . Topology; 22:36 . . (+10) . . GregG (Talk | contribs) (better)