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Second, the theory uses quite straightforward textbook mathematics. So the only problem can be linking the maths with social concepts. I think I've covered that satisfactorily.
Now, in the ultimate section of the book I suggest somewhat provocatively and creatively, how much more powerful than theory might it be if one could prove prostitution to be unstoppable. I deploy set theory along with the technique of mathematical induction to prove it. The proof, after a bit of thought, turns out to be stunningly simple.
I have spent every spare moment of the past month trying to find flaws and loopholes, to show I'm being silly. But I cannot as yet. So maybe I'm on a good thing here.
If some logician shows I am using unwarranted assumptions, I'm sunk. But, and this is a very big but, if no-one can find anything wrong, then it's going to make me famous.
But no publisher seems to care.