Godel's theorem: A proof from the book?
|Abstract||Here’s one version G¨ odel’s 1931 First Incompleteness Theorem: If T is a nice, sound theory of arithmetic, then it is incomplete, i.e. there are arithmetical sentences ϕ such that T proves neither ϕ nor ¬ϕ. There are three things here to explain straight away.|
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