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This issue aside, neo-formalism still faces Godelian worries, which is to say: so long as theoremhood in the relevant formal systems
is recursively enumerable, mathematical truth will outstrip formal proof.
A superb logician, Godel improved the standing of logic within mathematics and was the first mathematician to prove a number theoretical truth, not by deducing it formally from the axioms and rules of a formal system
, but through meta-mathematical argument (Godel, 1931; Nagel & Newman, 2001; Feferman, 2006c).
This change has been brought about by the use of distance education to complement the formal system
of education (Brown and Constantin, 1992).
Think of the letters and words of a language, together with its rules, as a formal system
. Although the words have arbitrary meanings assigned to them by minds, and there may be a "deep structure" of syntax that conforms to logic, the words themselves have no reality apart from a culture.
'Reliance on lisan [traditional] procedures became even more important during the Indonesian occupation because the formal system
of justice was perceived as an instrument of selective oppression rather than a means of protection of the rights of people' (Commission for Reception, Truth and Reconciliation in East Timor, 2005, p.
Such management is based on a formal system
of allocation of individual fishing rights to fishermen, fishing vessels, enterprises, cooperatives or fishing communities.
An ancient system that actually predates banking, it works in an analogous manner to a more formal system
of "wiring" money.
Similarly, we urge the Standing Committee to recommend that a formal system
be introduced to permit the sharing and utilization of tax losses and other tax attributes among groups of related corporations.
Eric Keller, Movaris' CEO, says that most companies seem to piece together a close in a non-automated fashion that includes Excel spreadsheets, emails and voice-mails and has "no formal system
of records." Mara adds that regulators, investors and others outside the companies want to see the close as more science than art, and for it "to be a reproducible process."
Somewhat surprisingly, less than 20 percent of the respondents felt a formal system
is in place to deal with changes in risks or controls in response to changes in the business, its structures, systems or processes; this contrasts with the 83 percent who thought that this area was a medium to high priority for their organization.
Hilliard's mistake was not having a formal system
for documenting change orders.