Class of Cardinals Contains Minimal Infinite Successor Set

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Theorem

Let $\mathcal N$ denote the class of all cardinal numbers.


Then:

$\omega \subseteq \mathcal N$

Where $\omega$ denotes the minimal infinite successor set.


Proof

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Suppose $n \in \omega$.

By Cardinal of Finite Ordinal, $n = \left|{ n }\right|$.

By Cardinal of Cardinal Equal to Cardinal/Corollary, $n \in \mathcal N$.

$\blacksquare$


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