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Posted by Harvey on September 13, 2001 03:35:45 UTC

Hey Luis,

>>>H: "As for you contention that set theory is dependent upon math in terms of using mathematical deductive principles, proofs, etc, then of course! But, that seems to be a trivial concern. Why do you mention it if that is your concern?" L: This 'trivial' concern is at the root of my argument. You have espoused the empiricist position that maths is deductive. This is an admission that mathematics is contingent, and not innate.

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