david petry <email@example.com> writes:
> As I have argued previously, if we treat mathematics as a science > and accept falsifiability as the cornerstone of mathematical > reasoning, then Godel's theorem is utterly utterly trivial, while at > the same time, his proof of the theorem is not a valid proof.
You've never given a clear explication of what falsifiability means in this context.
-- Jesse F. Hughes
"[M]eta-goedelisation as the essence of the globalised dictatorship by denial of sense." -- Ludovico Van makes some sort of point.