Tom Caylor writes:
 
> 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?

What do you mean, "mathematics is about invariance"?
 
Stathis Papaioannou


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