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Beyond Cogito Ergo Sum

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Posted by Gerwin Brink on August 6, 2001 10:48:25 UTC

Thank you proved my point.

Since God is not a mathematical entity, all mathematical claims about God are meaningless.

This raises an interesting (philosophical) question:
Can entities exist if we (humans) cannot describe them in a mathematical way?
And to take that question one step further:
What is beyond Cogito Ergo Sum?
I can prove my own existance, but how do I prove the existance of anything outside myself?
How can I be sure any input through my senses does not originate from within myself?

Gerwin Brink
- The man whom created Mozart, simply by thinking of him -

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