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 Comment on The conjugacy problem for the automorphism group of the random graph by The conjugacy problem for automorphism groups of countable homogeneous structures[…] This article continues the work of this older one. […]The conjugacy problem for automorphism groups of countable homogeneous structures
 Comment on Senior thesis: Farighon Abdul Rahim by Samuel CoskeyThanks guys! We'll have to save it for the next project... :)Samuel Coskey
 Comment on Senior thesis: Farighon Abdul Rahim by Asaf KaragilaAssaf, you don't need to specify linearity. It follows, just consider $\{a,b\}$, it has a smallest element so $a,b$ are comparable. I agree about the treatment of Hartogs numbers (and I'd add their surjective counterparts whom I call Lindenbaum numbers).Asaf Karagila
 Comment on Senior thesis: Farighon Abdul Rahim by safCheers, Sam! Two quickies: a. In Definition 11, needs to be Linearly ordered set. b. IMHO, any treatment of the axiom of choice would not be complete without mentioning Hartogs' numbers :).saf
 Comment on Give my students homework by Samuel CoskeyMy student noticed that $K$ is not wellfounded... Here is his comment on the postSamuel Coskey
 Comment on The conjugacy problem for the automorphism group of the random graph by The conjugacy problem for automorphism groups of countable homogeneous structures