Le 27-janv.-06, à 10:08, Marc Geddes a écrit :

For one thing: Are platonic mathematical entities really static andtimeless like platonist philosophers say? What if platonicmathematical entities can 'change state' somehow ? What if they'redynamic? And what if the *movement* of platonic mathematics entities*are* Qualia (conscious experiences). Are there any mathematicaltruths which may be time indexed (time dependent)? Or are allmathematical truths really fixed

`This is a curious question given that "platonism", by definition, is`

`the doctrine that (mathematical truth) is fixed.`

`Now, what perhaps you are missing, is that, even just arithmetical`

`truth (and even less) defines canonical "person point of views"`

`(hypostases) including some which develop temporal logic and dynamics.`

`This is a consequence of incompleteness.`

Your question was really "is platonism false?"

`All naturalist (physicalist, materialist) believes that platonism is`

`false, since Aristotle.`

I mean the monist or neoplatonist understanding of Plato. Bruno http://iridia.ulb.ac.be/~marchal/