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Remarks About Divine Order

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Posted by Harvey on July 18, 2001 14:53:42 UTC

Hi Mario,

Please don't feel that you cannot 'compete on this playing field'. You have a logical mind and that is enough for any discussion.

>>>Why would you need an infinite collection of all possible math worlds? Isn't it enough to say "Here are all the possibilities, out of which only one emerged?">>The only reason your divine order has such properties is because you know nothing about it. It's easy to take some theoretical divine order, with no known properties, and say "Well, it must be this way because I think it's appealing." Isn't it possible, or even probable, that an external divine order to the universe would have many of the same properties that you find unappealing in mathematics?

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