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Posted by Mark on August 24, 2001 05:16:56 UTC

>>>What about the axioms of logic and math? They cannot be logical or mathematical since you would need those axioms to decide the question on whether they are logical or mathematical, but the axioms come first in order then the derived theorems of logic and math. Axioms of logic and math cannot be logical or mathematical. Thus, you can have non-mathematical concepts in the world - otherwise you cannot have logic or math in the world.

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