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comment Can a mathematical definition be wrong?
@Theo Then, I'm afraid, we have very different notions of "wrong".
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comment Freeness of a Z[x]-module
Similar question (and answer) on MSE: math.stackexchange.com/questions/33521/…
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comment Is there an algebraic proof of the infinitude of primes?
See this MSE post math.stackexchange.com/a/2653/242 for said generalizations of Euclid's proof to rings with fewer units than elements, and references to Kaplansky's version.
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comment Is there much difference between Kronecker's and Dedekind's methods in algebraic number theory and commutative algebra?
@KConrad An English summary of Lucius' thesis is Rings with a theory of greatest common divisors, Manuscripta Math. 95, 117-136 (1998). This is the best English introduction as far as I know.
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