Hi Quentin:

I do not see that at all.  All that has been 
demonstrated is that a list can be so mapped not 
that such a mapping must exist.  The list can still be first.

Hal Ruhl

At 02:37 PM 3/12/2006, you wrote:

>Le Dimanche 12 Mars 2006 20:11, Hal Ruhl a écrit :
> > Lists and numbers:
> >
> > My model's only assumption [I think] is a countably infinite list of
> > possible properties of objects.
>For a list to have the property of being countably infinite require that
>natural numbers exist before... because being countably infinite means that
>you have a 1-1 mapping between the list and the set N.

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