On 1/27/23 12:19 AM, olcott wrote:
On 1/26/2023 10:19 PM, Richard Damon wrote:
On 1/26/23 11:09 PM, olcott wrote:
On 1/26/2023 9:20 PM, olcott wrote:
olcott
"G cannot be proven within F" means that G is not connected (using
truth preserving operations) to expressions of the language of F
that are stipulated to be true.
ChatGPT
"G cannot be proven within F" means that G is not derivable or
deducible from the axioms and inference rules of F, or that there
is no proof of G within the formal system F. It does not
necessarily mean that G is not connected to expressions of the
language of F that are stipulated to be true, but it implies that G
is not provable using the methods and rules of the formal system F.
olcott
There is no connection in F from G, thus G is not true in F.
ChatGPT
Correct, according to the argument you have presented. The
statement "G cannot be proven within F" implies that there is no
way to establish a connection from G to expressions of the language
of F that have been stipulated to be true, using only
truth-preserving operations. Therefore, according to this argument,
G is not considered true in F. This is related to Gödel's
incompleteness theorems, which state that any consistent formal
system that is powerful enough to express basic arithmetic will
contain statements that cannot be proven within that system but are
true.
olcott
Analytically true statements X of formal or natural language L
always require a connection (using truth preserving operations) to
expressions of the language of L that are stipulated to be true. If
a formal system F cannot express those connections then X is not
true in F.
ChatGPT
That is correct. Gödel's incompleteness theorems state that any
formal system powerful enough to express basic arithmetic will
contain true statements that cannot be proven within that system. In
other words, there will be statements that are true in the
"meta-system" (outside of the formal system) but are not provable
within the formal system itself, due to the limitations of the
system's ability to express certain connections using its set of
axioms and rules of inference. Therefore, if a statement G cannot be
proven within a formal system F, it does not mean that G is false,
but rather that it cannot be established as true within the
constraints of that particular system.
So?
G was proved in the meta-theory to be true in the
meta-theory.
THEORY.
You (and apperent the AI) don't understand the meaning
if a statement G cannot be proven within a formal system F,
it does not mean that G is false, but rather that it cannot be
established as true within the constraints of that particular system.
"Established", which is a word about KNOWLEDGE, not Truth.
Things can be True even if WE can't establish them to be true.
theory, because it
DOES have (an infinte) connection to the truth makers of the theory.That is not what the above says, G is untrue in F as I have been
saying all along.
And who says that ChatGBT is correct?
You are just showing your utter stupidity.
Godel shows with a proof built in the Meta-Theory that G is true in the theory, as he shows that there is a infinite sequence of steps in the
THEORY that connect the statement to truth makers OF THE THEORY.
This can be proven in the meta-thoery because we get some new principles
that let us prove an infinite sequence of tests with a finite set of steps.
On 1/27/23 10:22 AM, olcott wrote:
On 1/27/2023 5:59 AM, Richard Damon wrote:
On 1/27/23 12:19 AM, olcott wrote:
On 1/26/2023 10:19 PM, Richard Damon wrote:
On 1/26/23 11:09 PM, olcott wrote:
On 1/26/2023 9:20 PM, olcott wrote:
olcott
"G cannot be proven within F" means that G is not connected
(using truth preserving operations) to expressions of the
language of F that are stipulated to be true.
ChatGPT
"G cannot be proven within F" means that G is not derivable or
deducible from the axioms and inference rules of F, or that there >>>>>>> is no proof of G within the formal system F. It does not
necessarily mean that G is not connected to expressions of the
language of F that are stipulated to be true, but it implies that >>>>>>> G is not provable using the methods and rules of the formal
system F.
olcott
There is no connection in F from G, thus G is not true in F.
ChatGPT
Correct, according to the argument you have presented. The
statement "G cannot be proven within F" implies that there is no >>>>>>> way to establish a connection from G to expressions of the
language of F that have been stipulated to be true, using only
truth-preserving operations. Therefore, according to this
argument, G is not considered true in F. This is related to
Gödel's incompleteness theorems, which state that any consistent >>>>>>> formal system that is powerful enough to express basic arithmetic >>>>>>> will contain statements that cannot be proven within that system >>>>>>> but are true.
olcott
Analytically true statements X of formal or natural language L
always require a connection (using truth preserving operations) to >>>>>> expressions of the language of L that are stipulated to be true.
If a formal system F cannot express those connections then X is
not true in F.
ChatGPT
That is correct. Gödel's incompleteness theorems state that any
formal system powerful enough to express basic arithmetic will
contain true statements that cannot be proven within that system.
In other words, there will be statements that are true in the
"meta-system" (outside of the formal system) but are not provable
within the formal system itself, due to the limitations of the
system's ability to express certain connections using its set of
axioms and rules of inference. Therefore, if a statement G cannot
be proven within a formal system F, it does not mean that G is
false, but rather that it cannot be established as true within the >>>>>> constraints of that particular system.
So?
G was proved in the meta-theory to be true in the
meta-theory.
THEORY.
You (and apperent the AI) don't understand the meaning
system.if a statement G cannot be proven within a formal system F,
it does not mean that G is false, but rather that it cannot be
established as true within the constraints of that particular
"Established", which is a word about KNOWLEDGE, not Truth.
Things can be True even if WE can't establish them to be true.
theory, because it
DOES have (an infinte) connection to the truth makers of the theory.That is not what the above says, G is untrue in F as I have been
saying all along.
And who says that ChatGBT is correct?
You are just showing your utter stupidity.
Godel shows with a proof built in the Meta-Theory that G is true in
the theory, as he shows that there is a infinite sequence of steps in
the THEORY that connect the statement to truth makers OF THE THEORY.
Analytically true statements X of formal or natural language L always
require a connection (using truth preserving operations) to
expressions of the language of L that are stipulated to be true. If a
formal system F cannot express those connections then X is not true in F.
Right, a G is true becaue there IS a connection, even if that connection
is based on an infinte number of steps.
It is not provablye in F, because a proof needs to demonstrate a FINITE connection.
It is not true in Peano Arithmetic that
"I am drinking a cup of hot tea right now"
because Peano Arithmetic cannot express this.
So?
olcott
Is G self-contradictory: G ↔ ((F ⊬ G) ∧ (F ⊬ ¬G))
ChatGPT
G is a statement or an expression, and whether or not it is
self-contradictory depends on its specific meaning and context. The
expression you provided, "G ↔ ((F ⊬ G) ∧ (F ⊬ ¬G))", suggests that G
is both unprovable within the formal system F and also its negation is
unprovable within F. So if G is defined as such, it would be
self-contradictory. However, it's important to note that the statement
"G is self-contradictory" does not mean the statement G is false, but
it is not provable within the formal system F.
This can be proven in the meta-thoery because we get some new
principles that let us prove an infinite sequence of tests with a
finite set of steps.
Richard:
Did Godel actually prove that a statement exists that is true but
unprovable
ChatGPT:
In his incompleteness theorems, Kurt Gödel showed that any formal system that is powerful enough to express the basic concepts of number theory,
if consistent, must contain true statements that are unprovable within
the system. He used this result to show that any formal system that is powerful enough to express the basic concepts of number theory is
incomplete, meaning that there are true statements about numbers that
cannot be proved or disproved within the system.
So, your "expert" agrees that G is True but unprovable in F.
On 1/27/2023 5:59 AM, Richard Damon wrote:
On 1/27/23 12:19 AM, olcott wrote:
On 1/26/2023 10:19 PM, Richard Damon wrote:
On 1/26/23 11:09 PM, olcott wrote:
On 1/26/2023 9:20 PM, olcott wrote:
olcott
"G cannot be proven within F" means that G is not connected (using >>>>>> truth preserving operations) to expressions of the language of F
that are stipulated to be true.
ChatGPT
"G cannot be proven within F" means that G is not derivable or
deducible from the axioms and inference rules of F, or that there
is no proof of G within the formal system F. It does not
necessarily mean that G is not connected to expressions of the
language of F that are stipulated to be true, but it implies that
G is not provable using the methods and rules of the formal system F. >>>>>>
olcott
There is no connection in F from G, thus G is not true in F.
ChatGPT
Correct, according to the argument you have presented. The
statement "G cannot be proven within F" implies that there is no
way to establish a connection from G to expressions of the
language of F that have been stipulated to be true, using only
truth-preserving operations. Therefore, according to this
argument, G is not considered true in F. This is related to
Gödel's incompleteness theorems, which state that any consistent
formal system that is powerful enough to express basic arithmetic
will contain statements that cannot be proven within that system
but are true.
olcott
Analytically true statements X of formal or natural language L
always require a connection (using truth preserving operations) to
expressions of the language of L that are stipulated to be true. If
a formal system F cannot express those connections then X is not
true in F.
ChatGPT
That is correct. Gödel's incompleteness theorems state that any
formal system powerful enough to express basic arithmetic will
contain true statements that cannot be proven within that system.
In other words, there will be statements that are true in the
"meta-system" (outside of the formal system) but are not provable
within the formal system itself, due to the limitations of the
system's ability to express certain connections using its set of
axioms and rules of inference. Therefore, if a statement G cannot
be proven within a formal system F, it does not mean that G is
false, but rather that it cannot be established as true within the
constraints of that particular system.
So?
G was proved in the meta-theory to be true in the
meta-theory.
THEORY.
You (and apperent the AI) don't understand the meaning
system.if a statement G cannot be proven within a formal system F,
it does not mean that G is false, but rather that it cannot be
established as true within the constraints of that particular
"Established", which is a word about KNOWLEDGE, not Truth.
Things can be True even if WE can't establish them to be true.
theory, because it
DOES have (an infinte) connection to the truth makers of the theory.That is not what the above says, G is untrue in F as I have been
saying all along.
And who says that ChatGBT is correct?
You are just showing your utter stupidity.
Godel shows with a proof built in the Meta-Theory that G is true in
the theory, as he shows that there is a infinite sequence of steps in
the THEORY that connect the statement to truth makers OF THE THEORY.
Analytically true statements X of formal or natural language L always
require a connection (using truth preserving operations) to expressions
of the language of L that are stipulated to be true. If a formal system
F cannot express those connections then X is not true in F.
It is not true in Peano Arithmetic that
"I am drinking a cup of hot tea right now"
because Peano Arithmetic cannot express this.
olcott
Is G self-contradictory: G ↔ ((F ⊬ G) ∧ (F ⊬ ¬G))
ChatGPT
G is a statement or an expression, and whether or not it is self-contradictory depends on its specific meaning and context. The expression you provided, "G ↔ ((F ⊬ G) ∧ (F ⊬ ¬G))", suggests that G is
both unprovable within the formal system F and also its negation is unprovable within F. So if G is defined as such, it would be self-contradictory. However, it's important to note that the statement
"G is self-contradictory" does not mean the statement G is false, but it
is not provable within the formal system F.
This can be proven in the meta-thoery because we get some new
principles that let us prove an infinite sequence of tests with a
finite set of steps.
On 1/27/2023 5:47 PM, Richard Damon wrote:
On 1/27/23 10:22 AM, olcott wrote:
On 1/27/2023 5:59 AM, Richard Damon wrote:
On 1/27/23 12:19 AM, olcott wrote:
On 1/26/2023 10:19 PM, Richard Damon wrote:
On 1/26/23 11:09 PM, olcott wrote:
On 1/26/2023 9:20 PM, olcott wrote:
olcott
"G cannot be proven within F" means that G is not connected
(using truth preserving operations) to expressions of the
language of F that are stipulated to be true.
ChatGPT
"G cannot be proven within F" means that G is not derivable or >>>>>>>> deducible from the axioms and inference rules of F, or that
there is no proof of G within the formal system F. It does not >>>>>>>> necessarily mean that G is not connected to expressions of the >>>>>>>> language of F that are stipulated to be true, but it implies
that G is not provable using the methods and rules of the formal >>>>>>>> system F.
olcott
There is no connection in F from G, thus G is not true in F.
ChatGPT
Correct, according to the argument you have presented. The
statement "G cannot be proven within F" implies that there is no >>>>>>>> way to establish a connection from G to expressions of the
language of F that have been stipulated to be true, using only >>>>>>>> truth-preserving operations. Therefore, according to this
argument, G is not considered true in F. This is related to
Gödel's incompleteness theorems, which state that any consistent >>>>>>>> formal system that is powerful enough to express basic
arithmetic will contain statements that cannot be proven within >>>>>>>> that system but are true.
olcott
Analytically true statements X of formal or natural language L
always require a connection (using truth preserving operations)
to expressions of the language of L that are stipulated to be
true. If a formal system F cannot express those connections then >>>>>>> X is not true in F.
ChatGPT
That is correct. Gödel's incompleteness theorems state that any >>>>>>> formal system powerful enough to express basic arithmetic will
contain true statements that cannot be proven within that system. >>>>>>> In other words, there will be statements that are true in the
"meta-system" (outside of the formal system) but are not provable >>>>>>> within the formal system itself, due to the limitations of the
system's ability to express certain connections using its set of >>>>>>> axioms and rules of inference. Therefore, if a statement G cannot >>>>>>> be proven within a formal system F, it does not mean that G is
false, but rather that it cannot be established as true within
the constraints of that particular system.
So?
G was proved in the meta-theory to be true in the
meta-theory.
THEORY.
You (and apperent the AI) don't understand the meaning
system.if a statement G cannot be proven within a formal system F,
it does not mean that G is false, but rather that it cannot be
established as true within the constraints of that particular
"Established", which is a word about KNOWLEDGE, not Truth.
Things can be True even if WE can't establish them to be true.
theory, because it
DOES have (an infinte) connection to the truth makers of the theory. >>>>> That is not what the above says, G is untrue in F as I have beensaying all along.
And who says that ChatGBT is correct?
You are just showing your utter stupidity.
Godel shows with a proof built in the Meta-Theory that G is true in
the theory, as he shows that there is a infinite sequence of steps
in the THEORY that connect the statement to truth makers OF THE THEORY. >>>>
Analytically true statements X of formal or natural language L always
require a connection (using truth preserving operations) to
expressions of the language of L that are stipulated to be true. If a
formal system F cannot express those connections then X is not true
in F.
Right, a G is true becaue there IS a connection, even if that
connection is based on an infinte number of steps.
Epistemological antinomies are never true.
Tarski could not get this either.
It is not provablye in F, because a proof needs to demonstrate aChatGPT does not update its knowledge across conversations, it does
FINITE connection.
It is not true in Peano Arithmetic that
"I am drinking a cup of hot tea right now"
because Peano Arithmetic cannot express this.
So?
olcott
Is G self-contradictory: G ↔ ((F ⊬ G) ∧ (F ⊬ ¬G))
ChatGPT
G is a statement or an expression, and whether or not it is
self-contradictory depends on its specific meaning and context. The
expression you provided, "G ↔ ((F ⊬ G) ∧ (F ⊬ ¬G))", suggests that G
is both unprovable within the formal system F and also its negation
is unprovable within F. So if G is defined as such, it would be
self-contradictory. However, it's important to note that the
statement "G is self-contradictory" does not mean the statement G is
false, but it is not provable within the formal system F.
This can be proven in the meta-thoery because we get some new
principles that let us prove an infinite sequence of tests with a
finite set of steps.
Richard:
Did Godel actually prove that a statement exists that is true but
unprovable
ChatGPT:
In his incompleteness theorems, Kurt Gödel showed that any formal
system that is powerful enough to express the basic concepts of number
theory, if consistent, must contain true statements that are
unprovable within the system. He used this result to show that any
formal system that is powerful enough to express the basic concepts of
number theory is incomplete, meaning that there are true statements
about numbers that cannot be proved or disproved within the system.
So, your "expert" agrees that G is True but unprovable in F.
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