Normally I don't like to refer to specific posts by other people, but this is about my own mistake so I think it's acceptable.
I recently proposed this question about the equivalence of the Axiom of Choice and Zorn's Lemma as a duplicate of this question. This duplicate proposal was accepted. My original motivation for proposing the latter as a duplicate of the former, to the extent that it's relevant, is that proving something equivalent to an axiom is different than proving an ordinary theorem and I thought the answers in the linked question did a very good job of explaining this.
I would like to undo the duplicate association, based on some comments about how these two questions are really quite different.
I have three questions here:
- Is there a procedure for undoing this besides voting to reopen the question?
- Is using a moderator flag appropriate in this situation?
- How far from the original question can an abstract duplicate be?