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Response to struggle4progress (Reply #1)

Sun Oct 30, 2016, 05:16 AM

2. "Predicative Arithmetic" is a cool book.


I haven't seen "radically elementary probability theory".

There was some mention of it in PA. I seem to remember something about mimicked nonstandard analysis in some extension of Robinson's Q in which the totality of exponentiation fails, or something vaguely like that, but it was a long time ago.

I'm going to check it out some time.

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