On May 10, 6:36 pm, FredJeffries <fredjeffr...@gmail.com> wrote: > On May 10, 12:31 pm, Transfer Principle <lwal...@lausd.net> wrote: > > Of course, here's where a cardinality supporter is likely to argue > > that cardinality is inferior to standard size as follows: we can > > only prove that the sizes of the three sets must _exist_, but with > > cardinality, we _prove_ all three sets to have the same cardinality, > > aleph_0 to be precise. > Do you also think that there are two classes of carpenters, the hammer > supporters and the saw supporters? The saw supporters claim that the > saw is superior because when you cut a piece of wood with a hammer you > get a jagged edge and the hammer supporters claim that the hammer is > superior because it takes such a long time to drive a nail with a saw.
But do those "classes" regularly insult each other on Usenet or any other place, repeating the same words over and over? I seriously doubt it.
Remember, _I_ don't make the division between classes of posters here at sci.math. The posters _themselves_ make the division by insulting members of the other class.
If you don't like the division, then you can try to convince the _insulters_, on _both_ sides, not to be so divisive.