Formalism: a linking theme between mathematics, computation, and cultural theory

The result, from Cantor's naive set theory , that a universal set (containing everything) has more sub-sets than members, and therefore cannot be universal.

One way out was the adoption of axiomatic set theory.

- Georg Cantor (1845-1918)
- Mathematics
- Translations between biology and
sociology
- Part I: initial points of translation.
- Part II: What questions does sociology ask
- Part III: What are the roles of calcium in the genotype - phenotype argument?

Created 20/9/98

Modified 2/6/99