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Sofie Selnes
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5 votes

Before Gödel, was undecidability of axiomatic systems an issue at all?

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Is there any proof of assertion that "assertion can be proved"?

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Accepted

Is it a valid argument?

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What is information?

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Tarski's convention-T and inductive definition

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Accepted

Is everything in the Naive Set Theory included in the Axiomatic Set Theory?

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Proof for the absence of free will?

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Can an Anarchist be a mathematician?

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criticisms of mathematical structuralism

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Is Tarski's theory of truth widely accepted

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Formal Proof and Russell's paradox?

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Is there an or/and operator in formal logic and if so how is defined and symbolized?

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Neil deGrasse Tyson says philosophy is "distracting". How would you respond?

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The Dratted Liar Again

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Does truth exist without proof?

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Can we add to PA a new predicate T such that for every sentence A of the old vocabulary the new theory proves T(Godel numeric number of A) iff A

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What is a universe? (taboo the word "exist")

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Do we leave copies of ourselves in the past?

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Does the existence of a thing necessarily imply its logical necessity?

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Is there an ethical philosophy which equates innocence with being uninvolved?

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If I delete and replace a character in a computer document, to what extent is it the same character?

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How to define truth, in the context of scientific theories

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Does a belief need to be necesarily true to constitute "knowledge"

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Does a Cycle Based Alternative to Set Theory Exist?

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A Statistical Argument Against Naturalism from Pro Golf

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Is it necessary for something to be observed for it to exist?

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Is steam necessarily ice?

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What is a set? (Is it possible to define a set?)

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Is it always rational to act according to your beliefs?

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Existence of mathematical objects: how?