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Topic: Infinite and Theology (37)
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Tanu R.

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Re: Infinite and Theology (37)
Posted: Nov 23, 2013 5:22 PM
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wolfgang.mueckenheim@hs-augsburg.de schrieb:

> Am Freitag, 22. November 2013 22:40:40 UTC+1 schrieb Virgil:
>> In article <0b1a5d35-57f7-469e-b935-e536418f1627@googlegroups.com>,
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>> wolfgang.mueckenheim@hs-augsburg.de wrote:
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>>> Am Freitag, 22. November 2013 01:41:17 UTC+1 schrieb Virgil:
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>>> > In article <d8432e17-a562-4d68-ac1f-cac3dce67463@googlegroups.com>,
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>>> >
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>>> > WM <wolfgang.mueckenheim@hs-augsburg.de> wrote:
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>>> > > The first indices k supply an actually infinite diagonal number, the
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>>> > > second indices k an only potentially infinite.
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>>> > Thus WM claims to have created a bijection that is not a bijection.
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>>> The first and second indices are coupled together by the diagonal element.
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>> Then WM must concede that his an potential infiniteness equals actual
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>> infiniteness by his own coupling of them.

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> Actual infinity is more than every natural number.


Nonsense - the power set of N is PROPERLY more than N.

> Every decimal expansion
> is actually infinite, for instance 0.111...


Of course - its index set is homeomorph with N.

> Is this a term of the potetially infinite sequence 0.1, 0.11, ... ?

There is some sequence.

>>> The different ranges show that actual infinity and potential infinity
>>> do not fit together.

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>> Then why do you say above that they do fit together??

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> I did never say so.


You did.



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