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Creative mathematics

Gödel's result can be interpreted as establishing the creative nature of mathematics. It led to a hierarchy of unsolvable problems and a second hierarchy of mathematical structures that could solve these problems if we could create the required mathematics. This chapter describes these hierarchies and suggests boundary conditions for continued creative evolution of mathematics and consciousness.



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