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From a different perspective we have : The theory of Probabilistic Metric Space ( Menger ,

@inproceedings{Drossos2002FromAD,
  title={From a different perspective we have : The theory of Probabilistic Metric Space ( Menger ,},
  author={Costas A. Drossos},
  year={2002}
}
The well known results on the inner limitations of classical mathematics (L6wenheim-Skolem Theorems, and G6del's Theorems) and the introduction of a host of new set-like concepts, indicate the presence of something which is beyond the grasp of Cantorian set theory. In different ways each limitation expresses a basic uncertainty in Mathematics. GOdel's Theorems essentially express the following: Either we restrict ourselves to classical mathem0tical objects and their axiomatic description, and… 

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