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It Is Higher Than Mathematical

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Posted by Harvey on January 24, 2002 22:26:21 UTC

Alex,

If you agree that logic is more fundamental than math, then why would the unifying principle be math, wouldn't it at least be as fundamental as logic? And, since you think that existence/truth is more fundamental than logic, wouldn't be more consistent to say that this is an existence/truth principle by which logic and then math originated?

I would agree that this 'holy principle' is a basic principle of existence and truth. Can you agree?

Warm regards, Harv

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