# sci.logic

**Question: Given |X|>0 and |Y|>0, can X x Y be empty?**,*Scott***Re: Question: Given |X|>0 and |Y|>0, can X x Y be empty?**,*poopdeville***Re: Question: Given |X|>0 and |Y|>0, can X x Y be empty?**,*Arturo Magidin*

**Wittgenstein lived here**,*abo***symbols for variables?**,*wordwise***Re: symbols for variables?**,*William Elliot***Re: symbols for variables?**,*herbzet***Re: symbols for variables?**,*LauLuna*

**Re: your ad:::::::: FREE Satellite TV on your PC - Download Now!**,*hueyD***Need help**,*Jasonkruse***Re: Need help**,*translogi*

**Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*poopdeville***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*Newberry***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*Newberry***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*MoeBlee***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*Newberry***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*george***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*Newberry***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*MoeBlee***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*Newberry***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*george***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*MoeBlee***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*Newberry***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*george***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*george***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*Newberry***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*MoeBlee***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*george***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*MoeBlee***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*LauLuna***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*Newberry***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*LauLuna*

**Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*Rupert***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*herbzet***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*george***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*herbzet**Message not available***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*herbzet*

*Message not available***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*poopdeville*

*Message not available***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*Nam D. Nguyen***Re: Godel's Theorem and Model Theory**,*george*

**Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*Scott***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*G . Frege***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*Virgil***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*Scott***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*Scott***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*Scott***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*Scott*

**Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*LauLuna***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*Scott***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*Scott***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*Virgil***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*Scott***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*Scott***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*Scott***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*Scott***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*george***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*Virgil***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*george***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*Scott***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*LauLuna***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*Scott***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*george***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*Scott***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*george***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*george***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*Scott***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*george***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*george***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*Scott***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*LauLuna***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*Scott***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*Jesse F. Hughes*

**Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*Owen***Re: Question: What conditions are sufficient to prove a subset does not exist?**,*george*

**Request for information about functions**,*Scott***Re: Request for information about functions**,*J. Burse***Re: Request for information about functions**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Request for information about functions**,*J. Burse***Re: Request for information about functions**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Request for information about functions**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Request for information about functions**,*J. Burse***Re: Request for information about functions**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Request for information about functions**,*J. Burse***Re: Request for information about functions**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Request for information about functions**,*J. Burse***Re: Request for information about functions**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Request for information about functions**,*J. Burse***Re: Request for information about functions**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Request for information about functions**,*J. Burse***Re: Request for information about functions**,*J. Burse***Re: Request for information about functions**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Request for information about functions**,*Arturo Magidin*

**Re: Request for information about functions**,*G . Frege*

**Einstein’s mathematical excellence and Newton’s insightful perception of mass- energy inter conversion**,*fleesow***necessarily true**,*Mark-T***Re: necessarily true**,*William Elliot***Re: necessarily true**,*Frederick Williams***Re: necessarily true**,*Mark-T***Re: necessarily true**,*William Elliot***Re: necessarily true**,*Frederick Williams***Re: necessarily true**,*J. Burse***Re: necessarily true**,*Frederick Williams***Re: necessarily true**,*J. Burse*

**Who could draw the conclusions from Aristotle's four propositions?**,*Conbra***Re: Who could draw the conclusions from Aristotle's four propositions?**,*William Elliot***Re: Who could draw the conclusions from Aristotle's four propositions?**,*Frederick Williams***Re: Who could draw the conclusions from Aristotle's four propositions?**,*J. Burse***Re: Who could draw the conclusions from Aristotle's four propositions?**,*Frederick Williams***Re: Who could draw the conclusions from Aristotle's four propositions?**,*J. Burse***Re: Who could draw the conclusions from Aristotle's four propositions?**,*herbzet***Re: Who could draw the conclusions from Aristotle's four propositions?**,*J. Burse***Re: Who could draw the conclusions from Aristotle's four propositions?**,*herbzet***Re: Who could draw the conclusions from Aristotle's four propositions?**,*J. Burse***Re: Who could draw the conclusions from Aristotle's four propositions?**,*J. Burse***Re: Who could draw the conclusions from Aristotle's four propositions?**,*J. Burse*

**Re: Who could draw the conclusions from Aristotle's four propositions?**,*Conbra***Re: Who could draw the conclusions from Aristotle's four propositions?**,*Dan Christensen***Re: Who could draw the conclusions from Aristotle's four propositions?**,*J. Burse***Re: Who could draw the conclusions from Aristotle's four propositions?**,*Dan Christensen***Re: Who could draw the conclusions from Aristotle's four propositions?**,*herbzet***Re: Who could draw the conclusions from Aristotle's four propositions?**,*Conbra***Re: Who could draw the conclusions from Aristotle's four propositions?**,*J. Burse***Re: Who could draw the conclusions from Aristotle's four propositions?**,*Conbra*

**Who could explain the Aristotle's four propositions???**,*Conbra***Re: Who could explain the Aristotle's four propositions???**,*William Elliot*

**Our Heavenly Mother on 9-14-96**,*eridianne***cd writer**,*abbasfarhood63***Re: cd writer**,*Frederick Williams***Re: cd writer**,*Frederick Williams*

**Re: Sir Isaac Newton, has originated, inter-conversion of mass and energy, (E=mc2 )**,*Frederick Williams***mendelson: proof A1 + A2 + A3' => A3**,*Jörg Sommer***The point of ur-elements**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Question about extensions of PA**,*Herman Jurjus***Re: Question about extensions of PA**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Question about extensions of PA**,*Herman Jurjus***Re: Question about extensions of PA**,*Herman Jurjus***Re: Question about extensions of PA**,*Herman Jurjus*

**Re: The point of ur-elements**,*Peter_Smith***Re: The point of ur-elements**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: The point of ur-elements**,*Peter_Smith***Re: The point of ur-elements**,*Pierre Asselin***Re: The point of ur-elements**,*Zaljohar*

**Re: The point of ur-elements**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: The point of ur-elements**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: The point of ur-elements**,*guskz*

**Re: The point of ur-elements**,*Mitch***Re: The point of ur-elements**,*G . Frege***Re: The point of ur-elements**,*G . Frege*

**Re: The point of ur-elements**,*galathaea***Re: The point of ur-elements**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: The point of ur-elements**,*Frederick Williams***Re: The point of ur-elements**,*guskz***Re: The point of ur-elements**,*galathaea*

**Re: The point of ur-elements**,*herbzet*

**Deadly snale venom**,*thestew***What is meaning of Aristotle proposition "A belongs to all B". Does it equal to A = B?**,*Conbra***Re: What is meaning of Aristotle proposition "A belongs to all B". Does it equal to A = B?**,*William Elliot***Re: What is meaning of Aristotle proposition "A belongs to all B". Does it equal to A = B?**,*G . Frege***Re: What is meaning of Aristotle proposition "A belongs to all B". Does it equal to A = B?**,*William Elliot***Re: What is meaning of Aristotle proposition "A belongs to all B". Does it equal to A = B?**,*G . Frege***Re: What is meaning of Aristotle proposition "A belongs to all B". Does it equal to A = B?**,*William Elliot***Re: What is meaning of Aristotle proposition "A belongs to all B". Does it equal to A = B?**,*G . Frege***Re: What is meaning of Aristotle proposition "A belongs to all B". Does it equal to A = B?**,*William Elliot***Re: What is meaning of Aristotle proposition "A belongs to all B". Does it equal to A = B?**,*G . Frege***Re: What is meaning of Aristotle proposition "A belongs to all B". Does it equal to A = B?**,*Owen***Re: What is meaning of Aristotle proposition "A belongs to all B". Does it equal to A = B?**,*Frederick Williams*

**Re: What is meaning of Aristotle proposition "A belongs to all B". Does it equal to A = B?**,*Conbra*

**The science of Truth based on the Light of the World !**,*Caesar J. B. Squitti***الزوجه البارده**,*الحلوة***The most minimal injective function.**,*Zaljohar***Re: The most minimal injective function.**,*J. Burse*

**EXTENDED DEADLINE; K-CAP 2007 WORKSHOP: Knowledge Capture and Constraint Programming (KCCP-07)**,*jdokas@xxxxxxxxx***modal scope fallacy**,*michalchik@xxxxxxx***Re: modal scope fallacy**,*Frederick Williams***Re: modal scope fallacy**,*michalchik@xxxxxxx***Re: modal scope fallacy**,*michalchik@xxxxxxx***Re: modal scope fallacy**,*Frederick Williams***Re: modal scope fallacy**,*michalchik@xxxxxxx***Re: modal scope fallacy**,*Peter_Smith*

**Re: modal scope fallacy**,*Ken Pledger*

**Quickie question**,*jd***Re: Quickie question**,*MoeBlee***Re: Quickie question**,*Jack Campin - bogus address*

**Re: really basic problem with universal quantifier, free variables and generalisation.**,*Frederick Williams**Message not available***Re: really basic problem with universal quantifier, free variables and generalisation.**,*Peter_Smith**Message not available***Re: really basic problem with universal quantifier, free variables and generalisation.**,*J. Burse**Message not available***Re: really basic problem with universal quantifier, free variables and generalisation.**,*J. Burse**Message not available***Re: really basic problem with universal quantifier, free variables and generalisation.**,*Frederick Williams**Message not available***Re: really basic problem with universal quantifier, free variables and generalisation.**,*J. Burse***Re: really basic problem with universal quantifier, free variablesand generalisation.**,*Frederick Williams***Re: really basic problem with universal quantifier, free variablesand generalisation.**,*J. Burse*

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**Re: really basic problem with universal quantifier, free variables and generalisation.**,*george**Message not available***Re: really basic problem with universal quantifier, free variables and generalisation.**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: really basic problem with universal quantifier, free variables and generalisation.**,*Peter_Smith**Message not available***Re: really basic problem with universal quantifier, free variables and generalisation.**,*george**Message not available***Re: really basic problem with universal quantifier, free variables and generalisation.**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: really basic problem with universal quantifier, free variables and generalisation.**,*Frederick Williams*

**If your understanding of God is dead try mine.**,*socratus***Re: If your understanding of God is dead try mine.**,*Frederick Williams*

**Axiom schema of Hyperfinity**,*Zaljohar***Re: Axiom schema of Hyperfinity**,*Pierre Asselin*

**book help!!!**,*antoniapnv***Re: book help!!!**,*Frederick Williams***Re: book help!!!**,*Frederick Williams*

**Looking for a Scholarship or Loan (Its here)**,*Bushra***7/7/07 "Working in Faith"**,*2Barter.net***Re: 7/7/07 "Working in Faith"**,*Frederick Williams*

**Make money easily**,*samitharansara***Request help in understanding levels.**,*Scott***Re: Request help in understanding levels.**,*G . Frege***Re: Request help in understanding levels.**,*Frederick Williams***Re: Request help in understanding levels.**,*Scott*

**Re: Request help in understanding levels.**,*MoeBlee***Re: Request help in understanding levels.**,*MoeBlee***Re: Request help in understanding levels.**,*MoeBlee***Re: Request help in understanding levels.**,*Scott***Re: Request help in understanding levels.**,*MoeBlee***Re: Request help in understanding levels.**,*Scott***Re: Request help in understanding levels.**,*MoeBlee***Re: Request help in understanding levels.**,*Scott***Re: Request help in understanding levels.**,*MoeBlee***Re: Request help in understanding levels.**,*MoeBlee***Re: Request help in understanding levels.**,*Keith Ramsay*

**Re: Request help in understanding levels.**,*Keith Ramsay*

**Math Equation Help!**,*DigMar***Re: Math Equation Help!**,*Ken Pledger***Re: Math Equation Help!**,*DigMar*

**ABRIDGED ETERNITY EQUATION**,*SUPERMAX***QUANTUM DETERMINISM**,*SUPERMAX***Set size and Cardinality.**,*Zaljohar*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Set size and Cardinality.**,*Zaljohar*

**Re: yourdocumentsource janrom...@gmail.com Phony comments**,*janrom***On the randomness of ordered subsets of the digits of PI**,*Edward Grefenstette***Re: On the randomness of ordered subsets of the digits of PI**,*Frederick Williams***Re: On the randomness of ordered subsets of the digits of PI**,*Dave L. Renfro*

**Burning Rope Timer**,*Plexer***Infinitesmal Arithmatic II**,*herbzet***Re: Logic**,*herbzet***Re: Question?**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Peano's Axioms**,*Bill Taylor***Re: Peano's Axioms**,*Gc***Re: Peano's Axioms**,*MoeBlee*

**Re: Peano's Axioms**,*J. Burse*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Peano's Axioms**,*J. Burse*

**Re: Indefinite Extensibility and Computationalism**,*LauLuna*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Indefinite Extensibility and Computationalism**,*LauLuna***Re: Indefinite Extensibility and Computationalism**,*Nam D. Nguyen***Re: Indefinite Extensibility and Computationalism**,*Nam D. Nguyen***Re: Indefinite Extensibility and Computationalism**,*MoeBlee***Re: Indefinite Extensibility and Computationalism**,*Nam D. Nguyen***Re: Indefinite Extensibility and Computationalism**,*MoeBlee***Re: Indefinite Extensibility and Computationalism**,*MoeBlee***Re: Indefinite Extensibility and Computationalism**,*Nam D. Nguyen**Message not available***Re: Indefinite Extensibility and Computationalism**,*MoeBlee***Re: Indefinite Extensibility and Computationalism**,*Nam D. Nguyen***Re: Indefinite Extensibility and Computationalism**,*MoeBlee***Re: Indefinite Extensibility and Computationalism**,*Nam D. Nguyen***Re: Indefinite Extensibility and Computationalism**,*MoeBlee*

**Re: Indefinite Extensibility and Computationalism**,*Nam D. Nguyen*

**Revising Separation:**,*Zaljohar***Re: Revising Separation:**,*Zaljohar***Re: Revising Separation:**,*Zaljohar*

**Re: Revising Separation:**,*Keith Ramsay***Re: Revising Separation:**,*Zaljohar***Re: Revising Separation:**,*Zaljohar*

**[FAQ, 06/11/05] Mathematical logic on the web**,*Boris 'pi' Piwinger***Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*MoeBlee*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*MoeBlee***Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*Zaljohar***Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*MoeBlee***Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*Zaljohar***Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*MoeBlee***Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*Zaljohar***Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*MoeBlee***Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*Zaljohar*

**Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*Zaljohar***Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*Zaljohar***Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*MoeBlee*

**Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*LauLuna***Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*MoeBlee***Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*LauLuna***Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*MoeBlee***Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*LauLuna***Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*MoeBlee*

**Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*Zaljohar***Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*MoeBlee***Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*Zaljohar***Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*MoeBlee***Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*Zaljohar***Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*MoeBlee*

**Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*Gc***Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*Zaljohar***Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*MoeBlee***Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*Zaljohar***Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*MoeBlee*

**Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*Dan Christensen***Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*Zaljohar***Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*Zaljohar***Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*Dan Christensen***Re: Peano's second axiom.**,*Zaljohar*