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Posted by Michael Levine on July 17, 2003 13:27:03 UTC

The key operative word, here, is 'true'. The term true means a whole plethora of things, but in the limited cases of math, it is simply an undefined term that is used under certain conditions

Actually, the term 'true' has a very specific meaning in math. It's far from being undefined and it's not "used under certain conditions". Any mathematician is well aware that the word "truth" in math means nothing other than math itself!

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