Bruno Marchal:
To be clear I have only proved that IF COMP is taken seriously enough
THEN the appearance of a "pre-existing physical world", including its
stability, lawfulness ... MUST BE derivable from the relation between
numbers. This is done. Then I got results confirming in part that comp
can be true, in proving that the logic of physical propositions is not
boolean and even has a quantum smelling (to be short).

Sorry for my naiveté. Has the above something to
do with the quotation below? I mean, what is the
main difference?

"The only laws of matter are those
which our minds must fabricate,
and the only laws of mind
are fabricated for it by matter."
- James Clerk Maxwell


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