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mueckenh@rz.fh-augsburg.de

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Infinity and Theology (23)
Posted: Nov 4, 2013 3:56 PM
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I have never been assuming a "Genus supremum" of the actual infinite. On the contrary I have proven strictly that a "Genus supremum" of the actual infinite does not exist. That which is higher than all finite and transfinite is not a "Genus", it is the only absolutely individual unit, which contains all, which comprehends all, the "Absolute", for the human intellect incomprehensible, therefore not being subject to mathematics, unmeasurable, the "ens simplicissimum, the Actus purissimus, which by many is called "God".
[Cantor to Mrs. Chisholm-Young 20 June 1908]

Regards, WM




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