> Georges Quénot wrote:
>>> Quentin Anciaux wrote:
>>>> What properties of the multiverse would render only one mathematical object
>>>> real and others abstract...
>>> A non-mathematical property. Hence mathematics alone is not sufficient
>>> to explain the world. QED.
> This has to be a non-mathematical property because it is contingent,
> and all mathematical
> truth is necessary.
>> This looks *very* similar to;
>> ]] What properties of the mind/brain would render only one (type of)
>> ]] material object conscious and others not...
>> ]
>> ] A non-material property. Hence matter alone is not sufficient
>> ] to explain the mind. QED.
> That is assumed arbitrarily.

I see. So from you viewpoint the distinction between physics
and mathematics appears as natural and the distinction between
mind and mattter appears as arbitrary while from my viewpoint
both appear equally natural (if I refer to common sense) and
equally arbitrary (if I refer to Ockam's razor).


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