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Mark, Logic (=math) Does NOT Need To "be Started" By Anyone.

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Posted by Alexander on November 15, 2001 21:28:04 UTC

Any existing phenomena by definition is logical phenomena, because existence = "yes" (or "1", or "true", whatever symbol you prefer to label it by) versul lack of existence (label it "no", "0", "false", etc).

So, you only need something to exist to become logical.

So, there is nothing unusual in logical/mathematical behavious of existing objects and thus there is NO need in beings "establishing" rules.


By the way, HOW can "being" "establish" this simple rule: existing = yes, non-existing=no?

Should this "being" go over existing objects and mark them with "yes" and "no" marks? Ok, let's assume that He does just this with His big red marker (let's leave technical details to theologists). What then should existing object marked as "no" mean?

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