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Posted by Harvey on October 26, 2001 01:05:02 UTC

Luis,

I agree, but I agree because I am a mathematical realist who thinks mathematics rules the universe. But, why do you believe that? If mathematics is a language then why should a human language be successful at describing everything? You mentioned words as being equally (?) successful at describing anything, but this is not altogether clear. For example, if the universe is not logical then how could a logical concept such as language fully describe it?

Warm regards, Harv

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