On 17 Dec 2012, at 22:02, meekerdb wrote:
I would think it was incompleteness. Consistency means not being able to prove every proposition. But in a consistent system there can be propositions that are neither provable nor disprovable. Are those true?
Some are, some are not, for system having standard model, that makes sense. It is the case for arithmetic, and most of computer science.
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