Set Theory and Logic


Théorie Mathématique Platoniste-Théorie Aléatoire Des Nombres

Authors: Thierry Delort

This document, written in French, contains 2 parts: In the 1st part, Théorie mathématique Platoniste (Platonic mathematical theory) we expose a complete Platonic theory, covering all the fiels of logic and foundation of mathematics, including a complete set theory. In the 2nd part, Théorie aléatoire des nombres (random theory of number)we expose a theory of random in mathematics, that can be considered as as a branch of logic as well as a branch of number theory. In particular we show that it gives a theoretical justification of the Goldbach conjecture (weak and strong) as well of the twin prime Conjecture.

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