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Topic: Frege - an idiot in every sense of the word.
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Re: Frege - an idiot in every sense of the word.
Posted: Nov 10, 2017 11:22 PM
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Den lördag 11 november 2017 kl. 02:43:41 UTC+1 skrev John Gabriel:
> Wiki: Frege argues that numbers are objects and assert something about a concept.
> Of course! A number is the measure of a magnitude.
> Wiki: Frege defines numbers as extensions of concepts.
> Correct! The concept of measure.
> Wiki: 'The number of F's' is defined as the extension of the concept G is a concept that is equinumerous to F.
> What an idiot! "Equinumerous" which requires that number already be established. Frege was laying the foundations for the bullshit of circular theory that was later produced by ultra-morons such as Peano and von Neumann.
> Wiki: The concept in question leads to an equivalence class of all concepts that have the number of F (including F).
> Oh dear! What the fuck is a number?!! Chuckle. Very Peano-esque.
> Wiki: Frege defines 0 as the extension of the concept being non self-identical.
> Poor guy was a fucking moron like most of you!
> Wiki: So, the number of this concept is the extension of the concept of all concepts that have no objects falling under them.
> WTF???!!!
> The bogus mainstream foundations were strongly influenced by fuckwads such as Frege.

Your idea of "measure of magnitude" is not the definition so who cares what you think?

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