On 8 Apr., 10:59, Dan <dan.ms.ch...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Well, in "standard set theory" we also have uncountable sets . > Judging by your history on sci.math , you shouldn't be using "standard > set theory" as an argument .
I use it as it is in order to contradict it.
I am not interested in attempts to save it, since every such attempt will unavoidably lead to failure on another point, like a tablecloth that is too short to cover the table. The idea of finished infinity is insane. It cannot be saved.
But I am glad to see that you seem to have understood that something is wrong with the standard theory.