Am 01.08.2014 17:41, schrieb email@example.com: [...] > > No, you have a brain indoctrination that lets you believe in finished > infinity and lets you not understand that a sequence of cardinals has > much more power of proof than the sequence of sets.
I like that one! It deserves to be included in the definitive edition of "The Sayings of the Prefosser".
But please tell us: how do we determine the precise "power of proof"? On what scale do we measure it? Is it a potentially infinite scale or is there an upper bound?