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Posted by Alexander on September 19, 2001 01:43:58 UTC

But still answering to Alan about existence be more fundamental than math, I would disagree.

1. If nothing exists, there is no need in mathematical description of it. So, not much of interesting things go on with non-existing objects.

2. More important, "nonexistense" can still be labeled as ZERO, thus making math if not more fundamental to existence, but at least be a synonym of existence.

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