On 2 Mrz., 23:55, Virgil <vir...@ligriv.com> wrote:
> Create the list of von Neumann naturals taken in order, so that each > line is both a member of and a FIS of the next line, then the set of all > FISs is just the set of all such naturals, which cannot, by definition, > be contained in any one line.
So not all naturals are finite? Every finite natural is in a single finite line together with all its companions. If you don't believe it, then find some naturals that you can individually identify and that are not within a finite subset of naturals.
> Note that WM violently dislikes the von Neumann naturals because > they are so useful in poking holes in WM's phony arguments.
I dislike only mathelogical dogmas like "the set of all prime numbers" that does not allow for constructing another prime number.