Georges Quénot wrote:
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> >
> > Georges Quénot wrote:
> >>
> >> 1. It is not so sure that there actually exist sets of
> >> equations of which a "Harry Potter universe" including
> >> a counterpart of you would be a solution.
> >
> > 1) Any configuration of material bodies can be represented as a some
> > very long number
>
> Unlike some others I did not introduce representations.
>
> One cannot represent "any configuration of material bodies"
> by a number with an infinite precision however long the number.
> As some mentioned also, you would need a (de)coding scheme.

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If numbers don't represent material, then somehow they mus *be*
material
bodies. And if they can't do either, Mathematical Monism fails. And if
they
can, you have the Harry Potter problem. Unless only one mathemical
object is instantiated. But that isn't monism.
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