On 04 Jul 2009, at 22:42, John Mikes wrote:
Dear Bruno, thanks for the prompt reply, I wait for your further
You inserted a remark after quoting from my post:
If you advance in our epistemic cognitive inventory to a bit better
level (say: to where we are now?) you will
It seems I am not careful enough to apply my vocabulary to you
and I feel some circularity in your thinking about 'learned' and 'axiomatic'
notions. Let me try again, now in italics.
On Sun, Jul 5, 2009 at 3:26 AM, Bruno Marchal marc...@ulb.ac.be wrote:
I am not sure What
On 05 Jul 2009, at 14:37, John Mikes wrote:
We also believed 'in school' that God created the world as it is,
yet in later studies we scrutinize the details and try to look into
more than just the final phrases 'learned' in school.
In some school the motto is that God is a human
I am not very much into string theory but i liked the paper, it was
pretty much self-contained for me, a computer-scientist, .
On the other side, It seems that the main conclusions are extracted
from the Löwenheim–Skolem theorem and not from Godel Incompleteness
theorem. So the abstract is
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