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William Hughes

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Re: UNCOUNTABILITY
Posted: Dec 21, 2012 6:34 PM
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> Yes it is definable. It has been defined. Nevertheless it does not
> exist, because the sets do not exist.
>


It is definable which means that WM can use it to prove that the
bijection exists, but it does not exist.

Outside Wolkenmuekenheim, the fact that it does not exist means the
bijection does not exist.

WM wants to have his cake and eat it.


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