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Prove that a nonempty set I is finite if and only if every ultrafilter on I is principal.

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For the purpose of the demonstration we try to prove another proposition:
“An ultrafilter on an infinite set S is a non-principal ultrafilter if and only if it contains the Frechet filter of cofinite subsets of the set S”....
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