**From:** Ben Goertzel (*ben@goertzel.org*)

**Date:** Sun Apr 27 2003 - 18:13:26 MDT

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*> With regards to informal systems, they are conceivable
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*> so sure they exist. Formal systems are but a tiny
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*> infinitesimal subset of the set of all mathematical
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*> systems, according to my intuition ;)
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*> Simon.
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I don't understand how you're defining "mathematical systems" ...

-- Ben G

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