|Jun11-12, 03:58 PM||#18|
Does calculus fully solve Zeno's Paradoxes
But, fortunately, his arguments are somewhere between incoherent and logically flawed, so we don't have to sacrifice any of the hypotheses.
|Jun11-12, 04:06 PM||#19|
|Jun11-12, 06:25 PM||#20|
And I also believe that in order to think that 1 + 1/2 + 1/4 + ... = 1 in the physical world requires that one also accepts the physical reality of the objects of ZFC (whatever they are. They're very far from the sets envisioned naively by Cantor.)
But clearly you are one such. And I have no arguments beyond those I've already made. So I'm afraid I have to leave it at that.
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