In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, WM <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Give it up, Dan. WM's pons asinorum in the paper is the idea that there > > can be (actually) infinitely many integers, each of which is finite. > > That's not my idea, but is the assertion of the advocates of actual > infinity.
WM is apparently also ignorant of what a having a pons asinorum signifies. The pons is a bridge to mathematical understanding that the ass has not the wits to get across. > > > Since you cannot convince him of this fact, any further discussion is > > bound to be fruitless. > > Perhaps, someone has an idea how to save matheology even from this > argument?
Mathematics can save itself from WMytheology by simply ignoring it. And what WM calls matheology, is just the side of his pons asinorum that WM cannot get to. --