[Marxism] Re: godel etc (was ...)
Carlos A. Rivera
cerejota at optonline.net
Wed Mar 16 21:47:48 MST 2005
----- Original Message -----
From: "Scott Palmer" <Mailinglists at nspalmer.com>
> Just as Heisenberg showed in physics that one could determine the position
> or the velocity of a subatomic particle but not both simultaneously, Gödel
> showed that axiomatic systems like /Principia Mathematica/ could be either
> complete or consistent, but not both. It was bad news for Russell and his
> followers, and in its way, it was a remarkable achievement. However,
> Gödel's work applies neither to non-axiomatic mathematical systems nor to
> human knowledge in general.
Exactlly the type of comments I seek, thank you!!!
Now, how do both Heisenberg and Godel connect with dialectical materialism?
They don't? They do?
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