Indeed, though reluctantly. It’s interesting, before, he believed in the perfection of mathematics, but couldn’t help but arrive at the conclusion of its ultimate inconsistency.
This is where the space of constructible mathematics has formed – I wonder what he’d think of the computationalist models of physics.
Isn’t it so.
It’ll be interesting further to see what the super advanced generally intelligent machines of the future think about the world. I wonder what philosophical conclusions they’d arrive at acting as perfectly rational agents with intelligence far exceeding our own.
Soon enough even the like’s of Von Neumann will be humbled by the mere smartphone of the future. Or, should I say, supergeniusphone.
No… wait… the iQPhone+
I’ve enjoyed the discussion! Thanks for chiming in and challenging my conceptions of the world.