Quentin Anciaux skrev:
> Le Thursday 29 November 2007 18:25:54 Torgny Tholerus, vous avez écrit :
>   
>>
>> As soon as you talk about "the set N", then you are making a "closure"
>> and making that set finite.  
>>     
>
> Ok then the set R is also finite ? 
>   

Yes.

>   
>> The only possible way to talk about 
>> something without limit, such as natural numbers, is to give a
>> "production rule", so that you can produce as many of that type of
>> objects as you want.  If you have a natural number n, then you can
>> "produce" a new number n+1, that is the successor of n.
>>     
>
> What is the production rules of the "no"set R ?
>   

How do you define "the set R"?

-- 
Torgny

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