tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3891434218564545511.post7320198606834484901..comments2018-06-17T10:01:18.711-05:00Comments on Alexander Pruss's Blog: Non-measurable sets and intuitionAlexander R Prusshttp://www.blogger.com/profile/05989277655934827117noreply@blogger.comBlogger1125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3891434218564545511.post-22525500488342683472018-01-05T09:12:08.219-06:002018-01-05T09:12:08.219-06:00(1) Most M are C
(2) There should be some non-C
It...(1) Most M are C<br />(2) There should be some non-C<br />It does not follow that there should be non-M<br />because (1) does not rule out some M being non-C.<br /><br />Incidentally, I wonder why you care about set theory:<br />mathematical sets are fictions defined by axioms, but<br />numbers are real properties of the stuff of the world.Martin Cookehttps://www.blogger.com/profile/11425491938517935179noreply@blogger.com