Metaphysical Implications Of Godel's Incompleteness Theorem - Part 1

By Leo Gura - March 26, 2018 | 4 Comments

The philosophical implications of Godel’s and Tarski’s theorems

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Charles King says:

I sure would like to hear your analysis of the website called: treeincarnation-the science of meaning.
Thanks for everything. I am thankful that I found you.

Max Raoy Gron says:

I’m not limiting myself, how do I prove everything’s rational? I was wanting to do astral projection, and chakras, but a magical stone is just a rock, it doesn’t do anything. I’m not tied into secular stuff like avoiding chakras and out-of-body experiences, my logic isn’t objective logic, my logic’s open to all kinds of experiences, I’m not skeptical, I will contemplate being abducted by aliens, of course I will, my mind doesn’t stop the impossible from being possible, I have an open mind.

Max Raoy Gron says:

The impossible possible? Listen to yourself. Sharpen your rationality. Be a real self-image of yourself and stop having a horseshit self-image, define words correctly, no more paradox, bring it to your knowledge, no more bullshit. And stop drinking coffee. Swallow your religion, stop believing in it, you’re believing in untruths, in lies, close your mind to a limited field, only be interested in the materialist department, and furthermore only narrow yourself to botany and bacteriology and no other sciences. Grab hold of at least one model of Leo Guras and apply it. Have a model of the world, use it! No excuses.

Max Raoy Gron says:

Max, have you noticed you know nothing about the incompleteness theorem? It’s paradox, I don’t need this simply because it’s not going to help me with my finances, with my itineraries, or with my industrialism, it doesn’t pay the bills and it doesn’t put food on the table.

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