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January 4, 2014 / porton

A filter which cannot be partitioned into ultrafilters

I’ve proved: There exists a filter which cannot be (both weakly and strongly) partitioned into ultrafilters.

It is an easy consequence of a lemma proved by Niels Diepeveen (also Karl Kronenfeld has helped me to elaborate the proof).

See the preprint of my book.

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