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Guilty Of Contingency In Axiom Selection

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Posted by Harvey on September 16, 2001 00:45:18 UTC

Hi Luis,

>>>My “case” has not changed since I created the source post for this thread. Perhaps another read through my original essay could have prevented you from defending issues I haven't disputed.>Particularly, my position is not one that denies "structural rules to the universe as a result of mathematical order." To suggest that my descriptive-mathematics position disputes this order would be duplicitous, except in the case where I have failed to sufficiently construe my position, or you have not grasped my argument.>>3. My argument does not concern how a nominalist might account for theorems, the success of math, paradoxes that don't really concern mathematicians "overly," or whether Godel had an innie or an outie.

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