correct, it has elements removed
correct, it is a complete set
no, you just lack the ability to understand basic logic
gibberish
no, you just did, and you again also assume infinity is a value
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correct, it has elements removed
correct, it is a complete set
no, you just lack the ability to understand basic logic
gibberish
no, you just did, and you again also assume infinity is a value
jliat wrote: ↑Sun Jan 06, 2019 6:10 amSo if you want to claim "The only restrictions on this metaphysical system are that all mathematical concepts must be devoid of internal contradiction," is at odds with "metaphysical freedom" don't frame it as if you want to avoid " internal contradiction".
Be brave enough to admit to being nonsensical. Stop hiding behind false reason...
Not correct acording to you!
Contradiction - QED.killing raven sun wrote: ↑Sat Dec 29, 2018 8:29 am
sure, why not? its an infinite subset of "numbers"
if you think quoting you is the case, you got problems...killing raven sun wrote: ↑Sun Jan 06, 2019 6:11 amjliat wrote: ↑Sun Jan 06, 2019 6:10 amSo if you want to claim "The only restrictions on this metaphysical system are that all mathematical concepts must be devoid of internal contradiction," is at odds with "metaphysical freedom" don't frame it as if you want to avoid " internal contradiction".
Be brave enough to admit to being nonsensical. Stop hiding behind false reason...
oh wow james, you are getting senile
calm down old man, the set of [whole numbers - "odd numbers"] is clearly not infinite, it has elements removed, but the set [odd numbers] is intact and therefore infinitejliat wrote: ↑Sun Jan 06, 2019 6:13 amNot correct acording to you!
So you are saying that all the odd numbers are infinite despite not having any of the even numbers.
no, you are
Then why try to use subtraction from an infinite set to prove something? That's maths Daric.killing raven sun wrote: ↑Sun Jan 06, 2019 6:01 am
math is the polar opposite of metaphysical freedom, cantor was an idiot, and so are his students
jliat wrote: ↑Sun Jan 06, 2019 6:20 amThen why try to use subtraction from an infinite set to prove something? That's maths Daric.killing raven sun wrote: ↑Sun Jan 06, 2019 6:01 am
math is the polar opposite of metaphysical freedom, cantor was an idiot, and so are his students
You slipped up - "the set of [whole numbers - "even numbers"] is clearly not infinite," yet is identical to the set of odd numbers which you say is infinite.killing raven sun wrote: ↑Sun Jan 06, 2019 6:19 am
, the set of [whole numbers - "odd numbers"] is clearly not infinite, it has elements removed, but the set [odd numbers] is intact and therefore infinite
You are on safer ground trying to be insulting.... i would stay there...killing raven sun wrote: ↑Sun Jan 06, 2019 6:23 amjliat wrote: ↑Sun Jan 06, 2019 6:20 amThen why try to use subtraction from an infinite set to prove something? That's maths Daric.killing raven sun wrote: ↑Sun Jan 06, 2019 6:01 am
math is the polar opposite of metaphysical freedom, cantor was an idiot, and so are his students
you are really off it today, had a fight with the wife?
i slipped up? do you think this is another "gotcha" moment? you must be starvingjliat wrote: ↑Sun Jan 06, 2019 6:26 amYou slipped up - "the set of [whole numbers - "even numbers"] is clearly not infinite," yet is identical to the set of odd numbers which you say is infinite.killing raven sun wrote: ↑Sun Jan 06, 2019 6:19 am
, the set of [whole numbers - "odd numbers"] is clearly not infinite, it has elements removed, but the set [odd numbers] is intact and therefore infinite
So you are saying the set of odd numbers is not the same as the set of odd numbers .
no, you are
we used to sell tickets to watch james try math but nobody would give a pence
wrong again, if anything can be added to a set it is incomplete, if your set of [even numbers] and [odd numbers] need to be added to form all [whole numbers], then your set of [whole numbers] wasnt infinite, in this case it contained no elements before you added them
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