Georges Quénot wrote:
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> >
> > Georges Quénot wrote:
> >> [EMAIL PROTECTED] 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

It is grounded in the logical distinction between necessity and
contingency.


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