
Re: Truth behind Paradox of Self Reference
Posted:
Aug 25, 2014 11:36 AM


Peter Olcott wrote:
> It seems that over time we have digressed
Such is Usenet.
> from representing his findings > accurately.
If 'his findings' is Gödel's incompleteness theorem, then they don't need representing. His papers[1] stand on their own two feet.
Let it be noted that he who wished to learn about Gödel's incompleteness theorem for the first time can read a range of stuff of far more pedagogic value than [1].
[1] I know of two presentations of Gödel's and both are in both of  Martin Davis (ed), The undecidable, and  Feferman et al (eds), Gödel's collected papers.
 [Dancing is] a perpendicular expression of a horizontal desire. G.B. Shaw quoted in /New Statesman/, 23 March 1962

