Avoiding being confronted about your math mistakes

I’m certainly not avoiding being confronted about mistakes I make, but Stephen DeKenninck, Leo Dorst, Chris Doran, these type of people are entirely avoiding being confronted about mistakes in their papers.

They just can’t confront the fact that their definitions lead to inconsistencies with important theorems.

They are not open to the discussion, because they think they have too much prestige to maintain, they cannot let the administration know that their papers contain misleading mathematics.

That’s what happens when academia promotes dishonest narcissism.

They cant afford honesty, because honesty is far too expensive in academic careers. I am extremely rich in honesty, I dont want to be faking a personality to maintain my existence.