"Frederick Williams" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:508C58FD.email@example.com... > JRStern wrote: >> >> Are there any such published? >> >> I can see in the archives here it's a common topic, and I have my own >> crackpot theories which certainly overlap a lot of the more popular >> objections. >> >> I don't want to prove or assert or reject any statement about the >> countability of reals, I just want to consider the validity of the >> diagonalization argument. >> >> Has anybody put that out in a refereed journal or a respectable >> publisher? Even if it's just a prettier rejection of crank theories, >> it would seem worthwhile. > > In his lifetime Cantor was opposed by some very competent mathematics: > Brouwer, K\"onig, Kronecker, Poincar\'e, Weyl.
Up to today, by many professional as well as non-professional mathematicians. For the chronicle, here are my last attempts (read the whole threads if you are interested, as what I post is always a work in progress and conclusions come at the end of the "discussions"):