Number Must Be Thought.
I Genealogies: Frege, Dedekind, Peano, Cantor.
1 Greek Number and Modern Number.
3 Additional Note on a Contemporary Usage of Frege.
6 Cantor: 'Well-Orderedness' and the Ordinals.
II Concepts: Natural Multiplicities.
7 Transitive Multiplicities.
8 Von Neumann Ordinals.
9 Succession and Limit. The Infinite.
10 Recurrence, or Induction.
11 Natural Whole Numbers.
III Ontology of Number: Definition, Order, Cuts, Types.
12 The Concept of Number: An Evental Nomination Additional Notes On Sets Of Ordinals.
13 Difference and Order of Numbers.
14 The Concept of Sub-Number.
15 Cuts: The Fundamental Theorem.
16 The Numberless Enchantment of the Place of Number.
IV Operational Dimensions.
17 Natural Interlude.
18 Algebra of Numbers.
19 In Conclusion: From Number to Trans-Being.