Quentin Anciaux wrote:
> Hi Bruno,
> Le jeudi 22 juin 2006 15:59, Bruno Marchal a écrit :
> > Dear Stephen,
> > What makes you think someone (who) asserted (where) that existence is a
> > predicate. I agree with you: existence is not a predicate.
> > Now "implementation" is a *process*. Again I agree. But this could be
> > just a relative computations (as those living in Platonia.
> Either we have a definition problem or I do not understand. For me relative
> computations in platonia are not instantiated by definition as they are in
> platonia. Being in platonia just means it exists, hence existence is
> sufficient. If not could you please define what you mean by instantiated.
I've been thinking about Platonia lately. I've just finished reading
John Barrow's "Pi in the Sky" book, and he seems to have gotten wrapped
around the axle in regard to mathematics and Platonia. I think that
mathematics is not primarily about numbers. Mathematics is about
invariance. Invariance is not about any *thing* (existence)
specifically. Perhaps this thought can shed light on this somehow?
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