[FOM] vagueness in mathematics?
Timothy Y. Chow
tchow at alum.mit.edu
Fri Feb 17 17:00:59 EST 2017
On Fri, 17 Feb 2017, Charlie wrote:
> Consider Kripke's own example of "quus":
> x ? y = x + y, if x, y < 57
> = 5 otherwise.
I think it is best if I avoid getting into a debate as to whether Chow's
version of Kripke's version of Wittgenstein is more authentic than
Silver's version of Kripke's version of Wittgenstein. Let me just say
that I see a difference between ChowKripkenstein and SilverKripkenstein
and I think that ChowKripkenstein is a much deeper skeptical argument
about vagueness than SilverKripkenstein (or least than
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