Set Theory and Logic


The Brotherhood

Authors: Shrikrishna Jayraj Kalgaonkar

Almost everywhere “brotherhood relation” as non-reflexive, non-symmetric but transitive. I couldn’t agree with this. The reasons for this disagreement are explained in the article. Brotherhood concept is discussed as a binary relation, types of binary relations, equivalence relations and its effect. Finally suggesting that the brotherhood relation should be considered as a equivalence relation.

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