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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I, by the first time, came across with the Axiom of Choice today, found it beautiful, of course.

And I'm interested in seeing, ladies and gentlemen here, as mathematicians, what are your attitude towards that axiom, I mean, the stronger one (i.e. the infinite axiom of choice).

For example, do you think the axiom itself perfect in logical, but will sometimes make the proof loggically more satisfactory but more complicate? Or how do you compare it with the Principle of Induction?

I hope my statement to the discussion was clear enough.

And I'd love to hear your sounds.

And I'm interested in seeing, ladies and gentlemen here, as mathematicians, what are your attitude towards that axiom, I mean, the stronger one (i.e. the infinite axiom of choice).

For example, do you think the axiom itself perfect in logical, but will sometimes make the proof loggically more satisfactory but more complicate? Or how do you compare it with the Principle of Induction?

I hope my statement to the discussion was clear enough.

And I'd love to hear your sounds.

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