
Re: Matheology § 295
Posted:
Jun 28, 2013 5:57 AM


On Friday, 28 June 2013 03:39:04 UTC+2, fom wrote: > I have written formal axioms. I have thought through the difference between Cantor and Frege (by the way, a Cantorian "theory of ones" is not a "strokesasnumerals" representation of number) I have thought through Zermelo's discussion of partition lattices in relation to the axiom of choice and the distinguished elements dictated by its use ... And the list goes on.
I am very sorry for you (really, this is *not* malice) that you have invested so much time in plain nonsense. Unfortunately there are many like you. It is a shame that that could happen > You choose to be ignorant of what is original in my work.
As far as I have understood, your work builds on nonsense. Therefore I do not wish to invest time to learn it, in particular since you write very long texts. > "Society" rewards men like you, Herr Doktor.
No. Society, at least at present, rewards matheologians.
Regards, WM

