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The Scope Of Math

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Posted by Harvey on September 17, 2001 21:34:29 UTC


You overly limit the scope of math's effectiveness by saying that it applies only to the 'natural laws' (i.e., the laws of physics). I think mathematics will be eventually proven to be fully effective in understanding biology, evolution, economics, even politics and religion are a result of math. In fact, even our future is directed by mathematical order. I don't think you go far enough in your accessment of what math is. You have no justification for setting the range of math to just the 'natural laws'.

Warm regards, Harv

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