Vaughan R. Pratt
pratt at cs.Stanford.EDU
Wed Nov 19 23:01:43 EST 1997
>2) I would think that anyone who had a strong intuition that ZFC was
>inconsistent would spend a lot of time trying to turn it into a proof, this
>would be a bigger earthquake than Godel's.
Having to weaken Replacement would be an earthquake for set theory, but
it would be business as usual for 99.99% of mathematics. Now if Z were
inconsistent, *that* would be an earthquake.
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