On 10/5/2012 2:41 PM, Platonist Guitar Cowboy wrote:
Yeah, I was wandering there a bit. Just still not used to the irony of
altered states being used in an argument that leaves unsaid the
elephant in the room.
But I guess if we want something with set and point, this might also
be your cup of tea, if you're not already familiar with it, and you
permit empty sets:
Non Well founded sets? Oh yeah! I have been signing their praises
for a long time! I especially like all of Jon Barwise
<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jon_Barwise>'s work on them. It is exactly
where we can formally model self-representation and allows for a nice
finite model of the mereology of infinite sets (if we add a cut-off
I am trying to get Bruno to see the importance of a cut-off but
that would require that he admit that comp has an error in step 8. This
error can be fixed by a weakening of universality but he wants nothing
to do with this suggestion. :_(
I think to Bruno, this would be "too rich" already.
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