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This tendency has been aided by the rapidly escalating specialization among mathematicians since the Second World War. The result is a subdivision and resubdivision of territory which, for want of a better term, I shall call "suburbanization". Specialists form homogeneous epistemic subcommunities within suburbs and either outright ignore or agree to disagree about the nature of mathematical truth with mathematicians from other suburbs. These practices amount to more than mere specialization, since they also involve the erection of boundaries.
These system-builders engage in metaaxiomatics, which amounts to specifying which axioms may be added to or dropped from various versions of set theory 38 without damaging the system. Having determined the menu, the choice of axioms is then left to the user. A fairly typical example of this brand of theorizing is Vopenka's (1979) "alternative set theory" (AST). As one proponent of AST puts it, "... even the property 'to be a book' is not quite precisely defined... the decision whether a collection of objects...
Their strategies for avoiding failure, however, are markedly different. Structural engineers usually encounter two kinds of design problems: One-off and mass-produced products. Usually, a product that is to be mass-produced usually is designed and constructed initially in prototype form, and the prototypes are then subjected to destructive testing (or 'proving'). Standards of proof for the prototypes usually are set at some level well above the wear or stress expected during normal service. Oneoff designs, on the other hand, usually cannot be tested in prototype form either because they are genuinely unique or such testing would be uneconomical.