A Dialogue in which Gödel’s self-referential construction is mirrored in words. The idea is due to W. V. O. Quine. This Dialogue serves as a prototype for the next Chapter.
- How do the count and Goldberg relate to Achilles and Tortoise?
- What does "Copper, Silver, Gold: An Indestructible Metallic Alloy" hint at? Why?
- Where does the post-ending ending start? What are the clues?
- Note that the phrase the “very gold Asian box” is changed into the “Very Asian Box” by Achilles. Why does this happen?