On Thu, 13 Jul 2006 08:37:51 -0700, "Norman Wildberger" <firstname.lastname@example.org> fed this fish to the penguins:
>I have posted an article at http://web.maths.unsw.edu.au/~norman/views.htm >that has caused a bit of discussion in some logic circles. > >My claims in short: 1) most of `elementary mathematics' is not sufficiently >well understood by the mathematical establishment, leading to weaknesses in >K12 and college curriculum, 2) the current theory of `real numbers' is a >joke, and sidesteps the crucial issue of understanding the computational >specification of the continuum, and 3) `infinite sets' are a metaphysical >concept, and unnecessary for correct mathematics. > >Analysts and set theorists are welcome to send me reasoned responses. >
I have read it all and I have survived. I will not offer any reasoned response because you have not written a reasoned article. While at some points your position is tenable and understandable, there are just too many blunders, confusions and errors to try to answer it.