references/addrresses in imperative languages

SM Ryan wyrmwif at
Mon Jun 20 14:23:05 CEST 2005

# easy way to see this, is to ask yourself: how come in mathematics
# there's no such thing as "addresses/pointers/references".

The whole point of Goedelisation was to add to name/value references into
number theory. Thus Goedel was able to add back pointers contrary to the
set hierarchy of the theory of types and reintroduce Russel's paradox.

SM Ryan
The little stoner's got a point.

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