Georges Quenot wrote:
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> >
> > [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> >> Georges wrote:
> >>> - The multiverse is isomorphic to a mathematical object,
> >> This has to be saying simply that the multiverse IS a mathematical
> >> object.
> >> Otherwise it is nonsense.
> >
> > No, because all mathematical objects, as mathematical objects
> > exist (or don't exit) on an equal basis. Yet the universe is only
> > isomorphic to one of them. It has real existence, as opposed
> > to the other mathematical objects which are only abstract.
>
> That is the question.
>
> That "[The universe] has real existence, as opposed to the
> other mathematical objects which are only abstract." is what
> I called a dualist view.

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Dualism says there are two really existing realms or substances.
Saying the physical realm is concrete and real and the mathematical
realm is abstract and unreal is not dualism.
> Both view seem to have their champions here. I guesse that
> when saying "This has to be saying simply that the multiverse
> IS a mathematical object." Tom ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) defends
> the monist view as obvious and the only one making sense while
> when saying "[The universe] has real existence, as opposed
> to the other mathematical objects which are only abstract."
Well, I've never seen a mathematical object. Have you
ever seen the number 3?
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