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Topic: Can L(<) be the language of the naturals?
Replies: 35   Last Post: Sep 10, 2013 2:12 AM

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 LudovicoVan Posts: 4,165 From: London Registered: 2/8/08
Re: Can L(<) be the language of the naturals?
Posted: Sep 6, 2013 3:35 PM

"Zeit Geist" <tucsondrew@me.com> wrote in message
> On Thursday, September 5, 2013 11:17:28 PM UTC-7, Albrecht wrote:
>>
>> The natural numbers are exact that numbers which are written with a first
>> object which depicts the first number which consists of one object, with
>> a second object which depicts the second number which consists of two
>> objects, with a third object which depicts the third number which
>> consists of three objects, and so on.

>
> How do you "say" First, Second, Third without already having One, Two,
> Three?

And when he will have to one-two, will you ask for his 1st-2nd?

Julio

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