On 3 Jan., 22:36, Virgil <vir...@ligriv.com> wrote:
> > It is prerequisite when dealing with numbers. And it is exactly what > > Cantor applied, He distinguished numbers at finite places. > > Cantor may have distinguished numerals at finite places, but numerals
So Cantor "proved" that there are uncountably many numerals? Why then does anybody believe in uncountably many numbers?
> are not numbers. "1.2" and "0.5" are different as numerals but the > represent the same number.