December 1997 Archives by subject
Starting: Mon Dec 1 06:28:23 EDT 1997
Ending: Wed Dec 31 18:53:15 EDT 1997
Messages: 284
- DetlefsenFOM: The Aristotelian ideal and reverse mathematics
Robert S Tragesser
- FOM: Borel sets
Kanovei
- FOM: Borel sets
Kanovei
- FOM: Borel sets and Methodenreinheit
Stephen G Simpson
- FOM: Goedel and radioastronomy
Kanovei
- FOM: "Contingent" Truths of Arithmetic?
Charles Silver
- FOM: "when humanity disappears"...numbers and G-d
Neil Tennant
- FOM: "when humanity disappears"...numbers and G-d
Reuben Hersh
- FOM: 10:Pathology
Harvey Friedman
- FOM: 10:Pathology
John Case
- FOM: 11:F.O.M. & Math Logic
Harvey Friedman
- FOM: a blunt apology and a sharpened question
Neil Tennant
- FOM: agreements and remarks
Shipman, Joe x2845
- FOM: answer to Neil's question about nonstandard models of arithmetic
Stephen G Simpson
- FOM: apology; request for summary
Stephen G Simpson
- FOM: Appealing to authority
JSHIPMAN at bloomberg.net
- FOM: Appeals to authority
Lee J. Stanley
- FOM: archives; an unsigned message on lucky axioms
Stephen G Simpson
- FOM: Aristotle, name-dropping, reverse math, juicy quotes
Stephen G Simpson
- FOM: ASL Meeting
Harvey Friedman
- FOM: Banach-Tarski and Borel sets
steel at math.berkeley.edu
- FOM: Banach-Tarski and Borel sets
Kanovei
- FOM: Banach-Tarski and Borel sets; pathology
Stephen G Simpson
- FOM: Banach-Tarski/Borel/Elementary
Harvey Friedman
- FOM: Banach-Tarski; we must strive for clarity!
Stephen G Simpson
- FOM: Barwise should be moved
Harvey Friedman
- FOM: Better terminology?
Harvey Friedman
- FOM: Borel sets and Borelian mathematics
Solomon Feferman
- FOM: Borel sets and Methodenreinheit (correction)
Stephen G Simpson
- FOM: Bourbaki and other delights
Adrian Mathias Barcelona
- FOM: BT and Borel
David Ross
- FOM: Cabillon's ? abt: ADEQUATE PROOF&LAKATOS
Robert S Tragesser
- FOM: Cantor and Hilbert knew what they were talking about
jshipman at bloomberg.net
- FOM: Cantor and Hilbert knew what they were talking about
Solomon Feferman
- FOM: Cantor and Hilbert knew what they were talking about
Martin Davis
- FOM: Cantor and Hilbert knew what they were talking about
Stewart Shapiro
- FOM: Cantor and Hilbert knew what they were talking about
Torkel Franzen
- FOM: CH, GCH, and determinacy
Stewart Shapiro
- FOM: Challenge on CH
JSHIPMAN at bloomberg.net
- FOM: Cinq lettres
Kanovei
- FOM: Cinq lettres
Charles Parsons
- FOM: Cinq Lettres and the Borel universe
Walter Felscher
- FOM: cinq lettres, Banach-Tarski, Aristotle, Borel sets, Kanovei
Stephen G Simpson
- FOM: clarification
Lou van den Dries
- FOM: Complex i.
Dana_Scott at POP.CS.CMU.EDU
- FOM: Complex i.:Questions for Daan Scott
Robert S Tragesser
- FOM: Complex Numbers
Mark Steiner
- FOM: Conclusion on Conclusiveness
jshipman at bloomberg.net
- FOM: Conclusion on Conclusiveness
Moshe' Machover
- FOM: Conclusiveness of Proofs II (a reconstruction)
JSHIPMAN at bloomberg.net
- FOM: Conclusiveness of Proofs III
jshipman at bloomberg.net
- FOM: Conclusiveness of Proofs IV
JSHIPMAN at bloomberg.net
- FOM: correction of dates re Skolem
Neil Tennant
- FOM: Creating "general interest"
Colin McLarty
- FOM: David Ross's comment on the Banach-Tarski paradox
Stephen G Simpson
- FOM: David Ross's comment on the Banach-Tarski paradox
jbaldwin at uic.edu
- FOM: David Ross's comment on the Banach-Tarski paradox
Stephen G Simpson
- FOM: decidability of sets of axioms
Neil Tennant
- FOM: decidability of sets of axioms
wtait at ix.netcom.com
- FOM: decidability of sets of axioms
Torkel Franzen
- FOM: Decidable axioms sets and algorithms in proofs
Neil Tennant
- FOM: Decidable axioms sets and algorithms in proofs
Torkel Franzen
- FOM: Dirichlet and Wiles
JSHIPMAN at bloomberg.net
- FOM: Do proofs have to be from a decidable axiom set?
Neil Tennant
- FOM: Do proofs have to be from a decidable axiom set?
Torkel Franzen
- FOM: Einstein quote
Neil Tennant
- FOM: elementary proofs, terminology, etc.
michael Detlefsen
- FOM: ElementaryProof, ReverseMath?
Robert S Tragesser
- FOM: ElementaryProof: philosophy/history
Robert S Tragesser
- FOM: Etiquette of discussion
Neil Tennant
- FOM: Etiquette of discussion
Solomon Feferman
- FOM: etiquette, summary, policy
Robert S Tragesser
- FOM: etiquette, summary, policy
John Case
- FOM: Exmple.for Hersh contra Tennant
Robert S Tragesser
- FOM: F.O.M./math comparison
Harvey Friedman
- FOM: F.O.M./pure math; general intellectual interest
Harvey Friedman
- FOM: F.O.M./pure math; general intellectual interest
Harvey Friedman
- FOM: F.O.M./pure math; general intellectual interest
Lou van den Dries
- FOM: F.O.M./pure math; general intellectual interest
Lou van den Dries
- FOM: F.O.M./PureMath/GII
Harvey Friedman
- FOM: F.O.M./PureMath/GII
Lou van den Dries
- FOM: Feferman on "Mathematician's Views ..."
Lee J. Stanley
- FOM: Feferman on inherent vagueness of CH
Neil Tennant
- FOM: Feferman on inherent vagueness of CH
John Case
- FOM: Feferman on inherent vagueness of CH
Neil Tennant
- FOM: Feferman on inherent vagueness of CH
Torkel Franzen
- FOM: Feferman on inherent vagueness of CH
penelope maddy
- FOM: Feferman on inherent vagueness of CH
Jerry Seligman
- FOM: Fiction and non-fiction
Torkel Franzen
- FOM: Final remarks on Cantor, Hilbert, and CH
jshipman at bloomberg.net
- FOM: Finite AC?
Karlis Podnieks
- FOM: Finite AC?
Kanovei
- FOM: FJohnson'sRequestForRecentBooksOnPost.Analyt
Robert S Tragesser
- FOM: follow-up to reply to Detlefsen
Neil Tennant
- FOM: Franzen on fiction
steel at math.berkeley.edu
- FOM: Friedman's posting #11.
Solomon Feferman
- FOM: Friedman, second order, CH, arithmetic and large cardinals ...
John Case
- FOM: Further comments on CH and "inherent vagueness"
Torkel Franzen
- FOM: Further comments on CH and "inherent vagueness"
John Case
- FOM: General intellectrual interest
Michael Thayer
- FOM: General intellectrual interest
Charles Silver
- FOM: General intellectrual interest
Michael Thayer
- FOM: General intellectual interest
Harvey Friedman
- FOM: General intellectual interest/challenges
Harvey Friedman
- FOM: General intellectual interest/challenges
Lou van den Dries
- FOM: General intellectual interest/challenges
Torkel Franzen
- FOM: general intellectual interest/pragmatics
Harvey Friedman
- FOM: generic absoluteness and CH
steel at math.berkeley.edu
- FOM: generic absoluteness and CH
wtait at ix.netcom.com
- FOM: GII/FII
Moshe' Machover
- FOM: Greetings; and comments sought
Neil Tennant
- FOM: Hersh's Book
Stephen Cook
- FOM: Hersh's Book
Reuben Hersh
- FOM: Hilbert's Hubris
Solomon Feferman
- FOM: Horn Angles and Non-standard Analysis
Julio Gonzalez Cabillon
- FOM: How likely is P = NP?
Stephen Cook
- FOM: How likely is P = NP?
Martin Davis
- FOM: Imre Lakatos (Imre Lipschitz)
Julio Gonzalez Cabillon
- FOM: In defense of vagueness_2.
Jon Barwise
- FOM: Independent axiomatizations
wtait at ix.netcom.com
- FOM: Independent axiomatizations
Sam Buss
- FOM: Independent axiomatizations
wtait at ix.netcom.com
- FOM: Independent axiomatizations
Sam Buss
- FOM: Independent axiomatizations ...
John Case
- FOM: Infinitesimals and gift suggestions
jshipman at bloomberg.net
- FOM: inherent vagueness of CH
michael Detlefsen
- FOM: Is every provable theorem capable of an elementary proof?
Robert S Tragesser
- FOM: Is God uncountable? Plato and Berkeley revisited
JSHIPMAN at bloomberg.net
- FOM: JShipman on CH &elementary proof issue
Robert S Tragesser
- FOM: Knowing something to be essentially undecidable
JSHIPMAN at bloomberg.net
- FOM: Kreisel on the elementary, the purity of method
Robert S Tragesser
- FOM: Lakatos
Jeffery Zucker
- FOM: Lakatos
Reuben Hersh
- FOM: Lakatos
Reuben Hersh
- FOM: Lakatos
Moshe' Machover
- FOM: Lakatos as logic chopper
Robert S Tragesser
- FOM: Lakatos as logic chopper
Julio Gonzalez Cabillon
- FOM: Lakatos references
Solomon Feferman
- FOM: Lakatos' Proofs and Refutations
Mark Steiner
- FOM: Lakatos, Objectivity, Gen Intellectual Interest, Political Agendas
Robert S Tragesser
- FOM: Leibniz and infinitesimal quantities
Walter Felscher
- FOM: Let's get some perspective on things here ...
Neil Tennant
- FOM: Mathematicians' views of Goedel's incompleteness theorem(s)
John Case
- FOM: Mathematicians' views of Goedel's incompleteness theorem(s)
Vaughan Pratt
- FOM: Meaning vs Significance Nailed Down, Work for Logic and Rev.Math.
Robert S Tragesser
- FOM: meaning, significance, CH, Tragesser; some positive remarks
Stephen G Simpson
- FOM: meaning, significance, CH, Tragesser; some positive remarks
Robert S Tragesser
- FOM: meaningfulness of CH
steel at math.berkeley.edu
- FOM: Measures of semi algebraic sets
Harvey Friedman
- FOM: Measures of semi algebraic sets
Lou van den Dries
- FOM: Meeting popular demand
Colin Mclarty
- FOM: Methodological Purity & Elementary
Robert S Tragesser
- FOM: More on conclusiveness of proofs
F. Xavier Noria
- FOM: More on conclusiveness of proofs
Kanovei
- FOM: More on conclusiveness of proofs
Randy Pollack
- FOM: More on conclusiveness of proofs
Don Fallis
- FOM: more on inherent vagueness
Neil Tennant
- FOM: more on the "vagueness" of CH
Neil Tennant
- FOM: more on the "vagueness" of CH
Torkel Franzen
- FOM: More on the astonishing dictum
Neil Tennant
- FOM: More on the astonishing dictum
Reuben Hersh
- FOM: My BT post
David Ross
- FOM: My BT post again
David Ross
- FOM: My BT post again
Apollo Hogan
- FOM: my papers and email addresses
Adrian Mathias Barcelona
- FOM: New axioms/deepening our intuitions
Lee J. Stanley
- FOM: New rules for postings
Charles Parsons
- FOM: New rules for postings
Solomon Feferman
- FOM: New Subscribers!
Harvey Friedman
- FOM: no recursive independent axiomatization
Harvey Friedman
- FOM: non-standard models
Walter Felscher
- FOM: non-standard models
Neil Tennant
- FOM: non-standard models
Solomon Feferman
- FOM: non-standard models, completeness, compactness
Stephen G Simpson
- FOM: Nonprofessionals
JSHIPMAN at bloomberg.net
- FOM: Nonstandard models; Skolem
Moshe' Machover
- FOM: Objectivity
John Mayberry
- FOM: Objectivity of logical/mathematical truth?
Solomon Feferman
- FOM: Objectivity of logical/mathematical truth?
Julio Gonzalez Cabillon
- FOM: Objectivity of logical/mathematical truth?
Reuben Hersh
- FOM: Objectivity of logical/mathematical truth?
wtait at ix.netcom.com
- FOM: Objectivity of logical/mathematical truth?
Jon Barwise
- FOM: Objectivity of logical/mathematical truth?
Torkel Franzen
- FOM: Objectivity,intersubjectivity and "social construction"
Solomon Feferman
- FOM: Objectivity: reaction to Detlefsen and Hersh
Moshe' Machover
- FOM: OBT
Kanovei
- FOM: On CH/1
Harvey Friedman
- FOM: on independent axiomatizations: a new requirement
Neil Tennant
- FOM: One person's blather is another one's progress
JSHIPMAN at bloomberg.net
- FOM: P=NP
Harvey Friedman
- FOM: P=NP
Martin Davis
- FOM: Paradoxical decompositions of space
Solomon Feferman
- FOM: Paradoxical decompositions of space
Stephen G Simpson
- FOM: Past Issues:Set techniques, natural, transcenndental, acioms, postmoder
Robert S Tragesser
- FOM: pathologically recursive axiomatizations
Neil Tennant
- FOM: Peter Simons' essay on Frege's theory of real numbers
Charles Parsons
- FOM: Platonism v. social constructivism
Neil Tennant
- FOM: Platonism v. social constructivism
Reuben Hersh
- FOM: Platonism v. social constructivism
Charles Silver
- FOM: Platonism v. social constructivism
Reuben Hersh
- FOM: Podnieks on AC, Platonism, and Intuition
jshipman at bloomberg.net
- FOM: Pour-El on independent axiomatizations
Sam Buss
- FOM: proof-theoretic criteria for synthetic axiomatizations and theorems
Neil Tennant
- FOM: Proof-theoretic criteria for syntheticity axiomatizations (revised)
Neil Tennant
- FOM: prophets
Neil Tennant
- FOM: prophets
Kanovei
- FOM: purposes of FOM; new rules for postings
Stephen G Simpson
- FOM: questionnaire
Neil Tennant
- FOM: Quick clarification on CH and Martin's axiom
JSHIPMAN at bloomberg.net
- FOM: Re: 11:F.O.M. & Math Logic
Harvey Friedman
- FOM: Re: Challenge on CH
Harvey Friedman
- FOM: Re: F.O.M./pure math; general intellectual interest
Harvey Friedman
- FOM: Re: Finite AC?
Karlis Podnieks
- FOM: Re: FOM P=NP
Martin Davis
- FOM: Re: fom-digest V1 #19
John Case
- FOM: Re: General intellectual interest/challenges
Harvey Friedman
- FOM: Re: General intellectual interest/challenges
Torkel Franzen
- FOM: Re: Independent axiomatizations
Sam Buss
- FOM: Re: Measures of semi algebraic sets
Harvey Friedman
- FOM: Re: Measures of semi algebraic sets
Lou van den Dries
- FOM: re: On CH/1
Kanovei
- FOM: Re: P=NP
Harvey Friedman
- FOM: Re: Re: General intellectual interest/challenges
Michael Thayer
- FOM: Re: Re: General intellectual interest/challenges
Lou van den Dries
- FOM: Re: Reals and reality
Harvey Friedman
- FOM: re: the Borel universe
Kanovei
- FOM: Re: the Borel universe (a positive posting)
Michael Thayer
- FOM: Re: When is a proof conclusive? Reply to GonzaleZ Cabillon
Julio Gonzalez Cabillon
- FOM: Re:no recursive independent axiomatization
Harvey Friedman
- FOM: Reals and reality -- reply to Machover
JSHIPMAN at bloomberg.net
- FOM: Reals and reality /imaginaries and reality
Robert S Tragesser
- FOM: Recursive and independent axiomatizations
Torkel Franzen
- FOM: recursive independent axiomatizations
Harvey Friedman
- FOM: recursive independent axiomatizations
Harvey Friedman
- FOM: Reply to Davis re undecidable propositions
JSHIPMAN at bloomberg.net
- FOM: reply to Detlefson on vagueness
Neil Tennant
- FOM: Reply to Feferman on Cantor and Hilbert
jshipman at bloomberg.net
- FOM: Reply to Franzen on Cantor and Hilbert
jshipman at bloomberg.net
- FOM: Reply to Franzen on Cantor and Hilbert
Martin Davis
- FOM: Reply to Franzen on Cantor and Hilbert
Torkel Franzen
- FOM: Reply to Friedman -- what Tragesser means by "elementary"
jshipman at bloomberg.net
- FOM: Reply to Machover on conclusiveness
jshipman at bloomberg.net
- FOM: Reply to Machover on Conclusiveness -- addendum
JSHIPMAN at bloomberg.net
- FOM: Reply to Pollack: machine-checked and probabilistic proofs
JSHIPMAN at bloomberg.net
- FOM: Reply to Shipman on conclusiveness
Moshe' Machover
- FOM: Reply to Tragesser on CH and elementary proofs
jshipman at bloomberg.net
- FOM: reverse math: juicy quotes from Aristotle and David Ross
Stephen G Simpson
- FOM: RevMth, Friedman'sPrinciple, Aristotle, ElementaryProof
Robert S Tragesser
- FOM: Shpmn/Mchovr: A distinction.
Robert S Tragesser
- FOM: Significance of work on Goedel's program
Solomon Feferman
- FOM: social construction and general intellectual interest
michael Detlefsen
- FOM: social construction and general intellectual interest
Torkel Franzen
- FOM: some terminological questions
Neil Tennant
- FOM: Stanley Rosen responds to : Lakatos, Objectivity. . .
Robert S Tragesser
- FOM: Steve Simpson on K"onig's lemma, non-standard models etc.
Neil Tennant
- FOM: suspect
Lou van den Dries
- FOM: Test Case for "Elementary" Proofs
JSHIPMAN at bloomberg.net
- FOM: Test Case for "Elementary" Proofs
Walter Felscher
- FOM: Test Case for "Elementary" Proofs
Lou van den Dries
- FOM: Test Case for "Elementary" Proofs
Torkel Franzen
- FOM: The Aristotelian ideal and reverse mathematics
michael Detlefsen
- FOM: the blind spot about theory-completeness and categoricity
Neil Tennant
- FOM: the blind spot about theory-completeness and categoricity
Kanovei
- FOM: the blind spot about theory-completeness and categoricity
Charles Silver
- FOM: the Borel universe
Kanovei
- FOM: the Borel universe (a positive posting)
Stephen G Simpson
- FOM: the Borel universe (a positive posting)
John Case
- FOM: the Borel universe (a positive posting)
John Case
- FOM: the Borel universe/but it wasn't blather -- a problem about meaning
Robert S Tragesser
- FOM: the Borel universe/but it wasn't blather -- a problem about meaning
John Case
- FOM: the historical and logical pedigree of the Borel universe
Stephen G Simpson
- FOM: the historical and logical pedigree of the Borel universe
Kanovei
- FOM: the historical pedigree of the Borel universe
Kanovei
- FOM: The ineffability theorem: definitions and proof
Neil Tennant
- FOM: The instrumental value of problematic notions and principles
Solomon Feferman
- FOM: Too much e-mail? I want more subscribers!
Stephen G Simpson
- FOM: truth, meaning, undecidability: Steel, Shipman, Franzen
Neil Tennant
- FOM: Uniqueness of axioms ? for Tennant, Detlefsen, et al.
Robert S Tragesser
- FOM: Weierstrass or Riemann? Limits of Arithmetization.
Robert S Tragesser
- FOM: What is mathematics, really?, Gen Intellectual Interest, Political Agendas
Reuben Hersh
- FOM: When is a proof conclusive? Reply to Gonzales Cabillon
jshipman at bloomberg.net
- FOM:Sha/DAv on Can/Hil & CH? Vagueness
Robert S Tragesser
- No subject
Stephen G Simpson
- No subject
Reuben Hersh
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