On Tuesday, November 7, 2017 at 12:36:30 PM UTC-8, John Gabriel wrote: > On Tuesday, 7 November 2017 15:10:53 UTC-5, Jan wrote: > > On Tuesday, November 7, 2017 at 12:18:36 AM UTC-8, bassam king karzeddin wrote: > > > On Tuesday, November 7, 2017 at 7:55:55 AM UTC+3, Archimedes Plutonium wrote: > > > > I should include the failed imp Jan Burse, who, his parents made a mistake by sending to college when he belongs in the circus of europe as a clown. > > > > > > > > Both Jan and Dan have screws missing in their heads-- for they think everything of the Past is absolute truth error free. > > > > Yes, FAPP it is error-free. There are unanswered questions, of course, but > > other than that mathematics is _FAPP_ correct. > > > > > > Their minds so wooden they cannot understand Boole made a arbitrary choice he selecting the truth table of AND. > > > > This is your problem and your error. In general, you are an ignoramus with > > arrogance to match (a standard combination, BTW). > > > > > Most of the issues you mentioned are actually quite correct, > > > > No, they are actually incorrect. > > > > > and the whole story seems a matter of huge corruption in our alleged modern mathematics. > > > > There is no "huge corruption" in mathematics, this is all ignorant nonsense, > > if you believe that, I have a bridge to sell. > > I am not even going to try and defend AP because he is a lunatic. However, I am not so sure there is no intellectual dishonesty in mainstream academia. I am convinced there is much of it.
Yes, there is _some_ but it's not noticeably worse than in any other domain of human organised activity. So it's a question of the order of magnitude, and the order of magnitude of what's happening in the academia (science and math - I'm leaving all the "soft departments" aside as I believe those ones most definitely DO have a problem) is not IMHO anywhere near anything that would justify the phrase "huge corruption".
> With respect to truth tables, well, it's hard to know who came up with the idea first but it was Wittgenstein who first published his ideas on the same. > > There is most definitely a disconnect between Boolean logic and natural language logic which identifies valid inferences by their lexical and syntactic features.
Yes, that was debated a lot. Mathematics normally uses Boolean logic, other systems were investigated motivated by certain paradoxical consequences or experiments (quantum mechanics).