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Posted by Harvey on January 25, 2002 01:27:03 UTC


First you say that there is 'something' existing (1) which you label 1 or 0 (2). Then you say that you construct boolean logic from those two values (3) to get the basis of mathematics. Afterwhich you have mathematics (4).

Steps 1, 2, 3, 4. Step 1 is the unification principle that I'm identifying as 'something' and it can't be mathematical because that happens at 4.

So, mathematics cannot be the 'first principle' in your ontological model.

Warm regards, Harv

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