Incompleteness


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Incompleteness

Incorruptibility (See HONESTY.)
Unfinished Symphony, The
Schubert’s eighth symphony of two movements instead of the customary four. [Ger. Music: Thompson]
Venus de Milo
classic sculpture, discovered in 1820 with arms missing. [Gk. Art: Brewer Dictionary]
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It follows that in certain cases, the proof of Godel's incompleteness theorem may be faulty.
He found that formal arithmetic was neither complete nor consistent--in any formal system there always exists a statement that cannot be proven within the system even though its truth is apparent--the first incompleteness theorem.
The incompleteness of the representation leads necessarily to the statistical nature (incompleteness) of the laws.
For example, insofar as the mathematician Kurt Godel's incompleteness theorem is irreducibly paradoxical, it is rational to believe in some paradoxical truths.
There is a fourth level of incompleteness facing the president: choosing a Supreme Court nominee.
I argue that the theme of incompleteness is important in understanding Knecht's life, death, and transformation in educational terms.
So this portion of the universe has a fundamental incompleteness to it.
Martin introduces characters in the novel that assume there is purpose for their lives yet feel an incompleteness, a longing for something more.
One can't say that Katrina woke us up to the detritus of enslavement, Jim Crow and the incompleteness of the civil rights movement.
Incompleteness of Fictional Worlds and Inference Procedures
our reading points to Christ as the sign and fulfillment of our fears, incompleteness, and chaos.