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Topic: Matheology § 208
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Re: Matheology § 208
Posted: Feb 3, 2013 1:59 PM
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On 3 Feb., 19:47, "fasnsto" <> wrote:
> "WM" <> wrote in message

> >Matheology § 208
> <snip>

> >No one can describe an infinite set other than by indicating
> >properties characteristic of the elements of the set?. The notion that
> >a set is a ?gathering? brought together by infinitely many individual
> >arbitrary acts of selection, assembled and then surveyed as a whole by
> >consciousness, is nonsensical; ?inexhaustibility? is essential to the
> >infinite.

> you been smoking wacky-weed, put down that pipe !

If he ever did, he put down his pipe on Dec. 8, 1955.

Regards, WM

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