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Posted by Brian E. Sloan on May 7, 2001 11:29:18 UTC

Alex, I gather from this string that you are saying that math has a transcendant quality.

But is it a product of the universe, or does it transcend space and time?

If it is a product of the universe, it could not have created the universe, and you need to find another god.

If it pre-exists and was the causitive agent of the universe, how do you account for its existence, prior to creation?

Or does this reductionist line of reasoning simply stop there because its passengers dare go no further?


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