peterdjones wrote:
> Georges Quenot wrote:
> 
>> peterdjones wrote:
>>> Georges Quénot wrote:
>>>> peterdjones wrote:
>>>>> Georges Quénot wrote:
>>>>>> peterdjones wrote:
> 
>>>> It is just the idea that there could be no difference between
>>>> mathematical existence and physical existence.
>>> Then why do we use two different words (mathematical and physical) ?
>> For various historical and practical reasons and because
>> identity is still a conjecture/speculation. Just like we
>> used to consider "inertial mass" and "gravitational mass".
> 
> So you meant "there might not be any difference", not "there cannot
> possibly be any difference".

I wonder...

Do you understand what "conjecture" or "speculation" means?
Can you think only of what you believe to be true?

I will address the rest later.

Georges.

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