> Dear fom I'm not against Uncountability, I'm not against Cantor's > argument. I'm saying that Cantor's argument is CORRECT. All what I'm > saying is that it is COUNTER-INTUITIVE as it violates the > Distinguishability argument which is an argument that comes from > intuition excerised in the FINITE world. That's all.
But you've neither explained the meaning of your second premise nor given any indication why it is plausible.
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