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**constructive mathematics**, one often takes a setoid with an apartness relation instead of an equivalence relation, called a**constructive**setoid ...Constructive Proof - Brouwerian Counterexamples

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**constructive mathematics**, a statement may be disproved by giving a counterexample, as in classical**mathematics**... to show that the statement is non-**constructive**... statement implies some principle that is known to be non-**constructive**...Errett Bishop - Work

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**Constructive mathematics**... His now-famous Foundations of**Constructive**Analysis (1967) aimed to show that a**constructive**treatment of analysis is feasible, something about which Weyl had been pessimistic ... A 1985 revision, called**Constructive**Analysis, was completed with the assistance of Douglas Bridges ...Cauchy Sequence - Generalizations - In

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**constructive mathematics**, Cauchy sequences often must be given with a modulus of Cauchy convergence to be useful ... However, this well-ordering property does not hold in**constructive mathematics**(it is equivalent to the principle of excluded middle) ... fact, it will follow from the weaker AC00), which is generally accepted by**constructive**mathematicians ...### Famous quotes containing the words mathematics and/or constructive:

“It is a monstrous thing to force a child to learn Latin or Greek or *mathematics* on the ground that they are an indispensable gymnastic for the mental powers. It would be monstrous even if it were true.”

—George Bernard Shaw (1856–1950)

“Euphemisms are not, as many young people think, useless verbiage for that which can and should be said bluntly; they are like secret agents on a delicate mission, they must airily pass by a stinking mess with barely so much as a nod of the head, make their point of *constructive* criticism and continue on in calm forbearance. Euphemisms are unpleasant truths wearing diplomatic cologne.”

—Quentin Crisp (b. 1908)