method of infinite descent

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method of infinite descent

[¦meth·əd əv ¦in·fə·nət di′sent]
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The other sentences, Infinite Descent and T, are truth-tellers.
Once that's established, we get the result that we can keep tm, but ground-unspecifiable sentences, like Infinite Descent, T and L are alethically undecidable.
One might object that a ground-unspecifiable sentence like (0) in Infinite Descent, has truth-conditions, namely, that (1) is true.
Hammerfall performs with Powerglove, Frozen and Infinite Descent at 8 p.
And through an opening in that floor, man, the cosmic misfit, can fall in an apparently infinite descent far lower than the rest of the creation: