Bruno Marchal wrote:
> Le 08-juin-07, à 20:17, Tom Caylor a écrit :
> > I should respond to your response. I'm in a busy pensive state
> > lately, reading Theaetetus (as you suggested on the Incompleteness
> > thread) along with Protagoras and some Aristotle (along with the dozen
> > other books I'm always reading...) in the little time I have.
> Take your time .... I will be extremely busy the next two weeks (exams
> and then Siena Cie 2007).
I know you are busy until August, so no pressure, for sure.
In your Siena paper on an arithmetical interpretation of Plotinus, in
the last sentence you say:
"An absence of justification of some universal quantum machine, from
the lobian self-observing machine, or a mathematical proof that there
are none, or any empirical difference between this arithmetical
physics and the empirical physics, would refute, not Plotinus, but the
present arithmetical interpretation."
What do you mean by "or a mathematical proof that there are none"?
By the way, I've finished reading Plato's Theaetetus, Protogoras,
Parmenides, and Sophist and I am working on Aristotle's Metaphysics.
So then perhaps I will be ready for Plotinus! (?)
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