In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com wrote:
> > It is very Godlike of you to claim that you can know every Mathematical > > Object and hold them in hand and count them as though they wete a pile of > > stones. > > I do not claim to know every. But I claim that objects that nobody can ever > know, name, think of, do not belong to mathematics unless a God does it.
There are things that can be collectively defined but not individually defined as soon as one allows collections at all, as the collection of all definitions itself has more subcollections than members. --