> > My argument it is based on the truths that FISONs (1, ...,n) are > > identified (not only enumerated) by their last numbers n like polar > > vectors are identified by the points they point to. n = n is an > > identity. > > Your arguments are based on the structure of triangular numbers.
Nonsense. > > It is "obvious" by the same geometric reasoning you hope will > convince others that classical mathematics in its modern > conception is flawed.
Nonsense. > > So, in your denial you choose another geometric intuition.
Nonsense. 1, 2, 3, ..., n simply is uniquely identified by n. Without any intuition.
> And, just for more kicks, here is what Leibniz had to > say about the principle of identity of indiscernibles > along with a definite interpretation of an individual > in a metric space according to Cantor:
No speech about geometry is required to recognize that 1, 2, 3, ..., n simply is uniquely identified by n. > Regards, WM