
Re: Matheology � 231
Posted:
Mar 25, 2013 12:01 PM


"AMeiwes" <invalid@invalid.com> wrote in message news:kipkf4$cai$1@news.albasani.net... > > "WM" <mueckenh@rz.fhaugsburg.de> wrote in message > news:dbfd5ab859cd41569a6311bf94b2705e@l5g2000yqe.googlegroups.com... > Matheology § 231 > > > >>One philosophically important way in which numbers and sets, as they >>are naively understood, differ is that numbers are physically >>instantiated in a way that sets are not. Five apples are an instance >>of the number 5 and a pair of shoes is an instance of the number 2, >>but there is nothing obvious that we can analogously point to as an >>instance of, say, the set {{/0}}. >>[Nik Weaver: "Is set theory indispensable?"] >>http://www.math.wustl.edu/~nweaver/indisp.pdf >> >>Regards, WM > > the disclamer, ".....naively understood....." > > what is a /0 anyway ? >
" Five apples are an instance of the number 5 "  no, it is a count of 5 apples  an "instance" is just the 5 written or displayed
"...a pair of shoes is an instance of the number 2,..."
no, it is one ( 1 ) pair not two,  and it is a count, not an instance of the character indicating a 2 .
Why are you posting such selfdefecating posts filled with intentional errors ?

