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Gödel Without Tears, slowly, 13

We get today to Chapter 13, called ‘The Diagonalization Lemma, and Rosser’s Theorem’. Not that we actually prove Rosser’s theorem in detail, as this is fiddly. But I do establish the Lemma, show how it can be used to derive … Continue reading → The post Gödel Without Tears, slowly, 13 appeared first on Logic [More]


Suppose you saw an article headline saying, “President admits activity was criminal in nature.” If you loath the president, you are likely to infer that the activity was on the part of the administration and might rush to post the article on Facebook or tweet it before reading the article. If you support the president, [More]