From: Psy-Kosh (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Feb 04 2004 - 16:26:44 MST
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> Not true. You have to have an infinite set to deal
> with. Otherwise Goedel's theorem can't touch you.
> Inside finite arithmetic, Goedel can't be applied. Not
> even inside some infinite sets. Like groups.
What do you mean? My understanding was that the incompletenes theorem
applied to any system capable of "talking about" arithmetic.
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