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Topic: Cantor's argument and the Potential Infinite.
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LudovicoVan

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Re: Cantor's argument and the Potential Infinite.
Posted: Nov 16, 2012 6:07 AM
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"Zuhair" <zaljohar@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:1b9b0f3e-bb0e-4309-809b-95a34de154b8@r5g2000yqo.googlegroups.com...
> On Nov 16, 12:31 pm, Uirgil <uir...@uirgil.ur> wrote:
>> In article <k850hm$a0...@dont-email.me>,
>> "LudovicoVan" <ju...@diegidio.name> wrote:

>> > "Uirgil" <uir...@uirgil.ur> wrote in message
>> >news:uirgil-981B6A.02055216112012@BIGNEWS.USENETMONSTER.COM...

>> > > In article <k84tuf$t0...@dont-email.me>,
>> > > "LudovicoVan" <ju...@diegidio.name> wrote:

>> > >> "Zuhair" <zaljo...@gmail.com> wrote in message
>> > >>news:5e28971d-adb1-49ae-878f-db9ebaf2621c@o8g2000yqh.googlegroups.com...

>>
>> > >> > We still can characterize Cardinality in this setting.
>>
>> > >> And you keep missing the point, as the various objections of course
>> > >> involve
>> > >> that the standard definition of cardinality for infinite sets is
>> > >> wrong!

>>
>> > > But as far as any valid arguments are concerned, it appears AT LEAST
>> > > equally likely that the various objections are the things that are
>> > > wrong.

>>
>> > If an argument is wrong, you should show that it is so or just pass,
>> > the
>> > rest is at best OT.

>>
>> You are the one claiming that Cantor is wrong, but he has a proof and
>> you do not have a convincing counter-proof but your attempts to
>> disprove Cantor have so far all fallen flat.

>
> LV tried to disprove Cantor? that's funny really, can he even state
> coherently what such a trial require so that he even make a reasonable
> attempt to try. The man is just ignorant that highly shouts at others
> to convince himself of being not.
>
> Empty vessels make the most noise.


It's your inability and then lies that don't get far.

-LV





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