New chapter starts tomorrow: What did Godel demonstrate in his "incompleteness theorems?" Are these theorems useful, important, insightful, even coherent?
Can general readers hope to know the answers to such questions? Below, you see links to last week's reports from the incompleteness file:
Tuesday, September 18: Incompleteness meets incoherence! A lucid writer intones.Tomorrow, we start our award-winning "guardians file." To review reports from all previous files, use links provided below:
Wednesday, September 19: What the Sam Hill is a "logical system?" No general reader will know!
Thursday, September 20: What the heck is a "formal system?" Once again, Joe Average won't know!
Friday, September 21: Do Godel's theorems even make snese? Flying spaghetti monsters!
Monday, September 10: Digest of reports: The Godel file.
Monday, September 17: Digest of reports: The Platonist file.
Monday, September 24: Digest of reports: The incompleteness file.