In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com wrote:
> On Wednesday, 10 July 2013 19:46:26 UTC+2, Virgil wrote: > > > that clause is just another of WM's unproven and unprovable claims. > > It is nothing to be proven. > 1) This clause is my choice, my premise.
If it is no more than one of WM's premises, no one else can be required to accept it.
> Your attempts to deny it show that you have recognized its power and prove > this power.
WE merely reject it > What you fail to recognize is, unfortunately,that > 2) this clause could not even be circumvented
If it is a premise, anyone can circumvent it merely by ignoring it.
Any mere premise (assumption, postulate, presumption, supposition) can be rejected by anyone at any time for any or even no reason.
And mathematicians summarily reject most of WM's premises. --