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>> No.15880045 [View]
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Consciousness is a funda-mental force.

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There are no half geese or half eggs. There, I said it. Now delete your /pol/ bait thread.

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How is ZFC better than naive set theory? After all it's only pseudo rigorous because you quickly run into all the paradoxes of first order logic and axiom of choice like incompleteness theorem. I don't see the advantage over just assuming that sets work like you intuitively expect them to work.

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