Friday, May 1, 2009

Sets Again

As a whole,
the set containing all future possibles
Is itself logically impossible,
Since it cannot be proven to follow
From a prior possibility.
The set cannot be proven
To follow from its contents,
And since the set is all-inclusive,
There are no apriori/aposteriori
Possibilities exclusive of it. However,
conditioned by temporal irreversibility,
The set containing all future possibles
Can be said to follow from prior possibility.
And since the set containing all sets is uncontained,
It is indeterminable.

Without boundaries
There is no in-between.

G.Hall (2003)
p.234
FOURTH INTERNATIONAL ANTHOLOGY
ON PARADOXISM

FLORENTIN SMARANDACHE
(editor)

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