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Re: Matheology § 223: AC and AMS
Posted: Mar 18, 2013 12:36 PM
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On 3/18/2013 6:43 AM, WM wrote:
> On 18 Mrz., 07:26, fom <fomJ...@nyms.net> wrote:
>>
>> You turn to an outdated strategy directed to
>> a situation that no longer exists rather
>> than do the hard work of grounding your
>> claims. You do this to say that just
>> because you do not believe a particular
>> axiom,

>
> Wrong. I prove that the axiom is nonsense liek the axiom that a
> triangle with four edges exists.


You have *proven* nothing.

>
> Of course I presume that in mathematics facts can be proven.


Mathematics is a system of facts systematized
through deductions.

Its statements have facticity relative to that
methodology.

> A simple
> statement of faith in the Cartesian product cannot be overcome. So be
> satisfied, nobody will ever cause you to change your belief, if it is
> only fimr enough.


Where my faith lies with reality, there are
normative moral laws which I fail to fulfill
with each day.

> You may even include the belief that you are doing
> mathematics or logic.
>


No. I do not confuse these things.

Unlike you, when I ran across something that I
considered problematic, I wrote axioms.

I wrote the necessary proofs to address the
relationship of those axioms to standard
mathematics.

When it became clear that I was unlikely
to ever return to an academic career, I
visited sci.logic and sci.math with hope
of finding someone with whom to discuss
that material.

Instead, I had been flamed by a talented,
philosophically-trained individual whose
interest lies with proof generation.

He was write about one thing: having
been ignorant of the role of philosophy
in the shaping of modern mathematics,
I had been trying to address certain
issues without having researched them.

My skills are deteriorated because
I am not immersed in a work environment
where I have the option to *apply*
symbolic logic and abstract mathematics
daily.

As for *doing* mathematics, I cannot
be held accountable for others who are
unwilling to engage with *questions* that
might help them to see what I had
tried to accomplish. As for my
own engagement, I do what is called
for by the paradigm. And, I do it
responsibly.

Once again, you make an ill-fitting
comparison.



>
>

>> Yet, there is an
>> established criterion for demonstrating
>> that the axiom you do not believe
>> is, in fact, in error.

>
> If the inhabitants of a mad house establish a criterion I am not
> obliged to accept it.
>


Nor did my remarks say that.


>> You say that
>> you do not need to respect this
>> criterion. Nor, do you elucidate
>> an alternate criterion that others
>> might consider.

>
> Hahaha. Every axiom, beginning with Euclid, established or formalized
> a triviality.


There is nothing trivial about what makes
Euclid's axioms different from Hilbert's.

I would hold that were one to say Hilbert's axioms
are *better* than Euclid's that there is a problem.

But, the two taken together give insight to both
mathematics and the ideas of men.


> AC formalizes a counterfactuality.

At best, AC formalizes a counter-WMbelief.

Counterfactuals statements take a form of
conditional in which the antecedent is expressly
intended to propose a counterfactual situation.

Mathematics does not treat conditional statements
of that form, except in the sense of different
axiom systems or different models for the
same axiom system. It certainly does not
*formalize* any counterfactual.

Since you are so much a student of what is real
and what is not, you should take your statement
to sci.physics and discuss David Lewis' counterpart
theory with the supporters of the many-worlds
interpretation of quantum mechanics.

Then, at least, your statement invoking counterfactuals
would have appropriate context.


> To choose a number means to name it.

Science is based on principles.

One may choose *in principle*

One may name *in principle*

Although related, they are not the
same.

And I see that you continue to insist that

'A is B'

where B has the same grammatical form as
A is an adequate form of explaining yourself.












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