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Posted by Harvey on October 30, 2001 19:04:40 UTC

Alex,

But, if mathematics is 'true' and could be no other way, then the constants of nature could be no other way. Which means that life, intelligence, and consciousness are inevitable, correct? Wouldn't that mean that a belief in the Logos requires a belief that life and intelligence is inevitable? For that matter, aren't you and I also an inevitability?

Warm regards, Harv

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