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“There's just one thing that needs to be said about incompleteness.”
~ Oscar Wilde on Incompleteness
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In philosophy and logic, incompleteness is the property of an object that needs something to be added to it in order to. It can be seen as the opposite of completeness in some ways, while in other ways it can be seen as.

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The first known comment on the notion of incompleteness can be traced back to the ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle. In his most early collected work on logic On Interpretation he defines the concept of incompleteness as a more lacking version of the abstract idea of completeness. Some of Aristotle's direct followers had however already noted the shortcomings of this definition and disposed of the idea because of its insufficiencies. In the centuries to follow, much work was done on the topic of incompleteness.

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After much research done in the following years, these results proved doubtful.


                                                                                                                                                                             thus leaving the human race extinct.

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