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 n. The condition of being enumerable
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That is, the proof proves nonenumerability: it proves that for any given definite real number concept (e.g., recursive real), one cannot enumerate ˜all™ such numbers because one can always construct a diagonal number, which falls under the same concept and is not in the enumeration.

(LFM 103), we will find, Wittgenstein expects, that set theory is uninteresting (e.g., that the nonenumerability of “the reals” is uninteresting and useless) and that our entire interest in it lies in the ˜charm™ of the mistaken prose interpretation of its proofs (LFM 16).

It is also related to locatedness in constructive analysis and recursive enumerability in recursion theory.

Golden rule: An ID's enumerability status shall change before the corresponding load/unload event is fired.

So to be even more explicit, here's the enumerability vs. event ordering:

Church thesis for fuzzy set theory claiming that the proposed notion of recursive enumerability for fuzzy subsets is the adequate one.

It also allows us to control the enumerability as well as whether properties should be read only etc.

It is an open question to give supports for a '' Church thesis '' for fuzzy set theory claiming that the proposed notion of recursive enumerability for fuzzy subsets is the adequate one.
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