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comment A question about cardinal number.
Just make sure to choose a linear order with no maximal element.
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answered Given $f(f(x))$ can we find $f(x)$?
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revised What sets satisfy $V = V^V$?
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comment What sets satisfy $V = V^V$?
Ah, thanks, will keep in mind. I'm used to $V$ being used for arbitrary sets, but that's probably due to my language of education (Dutch).
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comment What sets satisfy $V = V^V$?
@AsafKaragila: See edit.
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comment What sets satisfy $V = V^V$?
Could you clarify what you mean with "the universe"? I simply meant a set $V$ such that $V = V^V$; Alex has already pointed out that there's only one such set, though.
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comment What sets satisfy $V = V^V$?
Good point. I guess that gives me my set then, heh. I was hoping for something bigger, didn't think about the cardinalities issue. :)
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comment What sets satisfy $V = V^V$?
The set I'm asking about has one extra restriction: the $V$ in question is the given set, i.e. $V = V^V$.