On 5/13/2013 2:49 PM, Stephen Paul King wrote:
Does the UD compute *all* functions or only those that are recursively enumerable?
It computes all of them.
AFAIK, the latter, as a set, has a measure zero as a subset of the former. This is one
reason why I worry about the viability of UDA (and AUDA), it postulates a severely
restricted subset of the possible functions as ontologically primitive without a good
argument as to why.
Just because we finite mortals can only counts in terms of natural numbers is not an
argument that All-that-Exists is limited to that standard. Man is NOT the measure of all
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