my English may be feeble and artificial (as the 5th), but I see not too much
difference IN ESSENCE whether "math is dealing with (about!) invariance, or
the idea of math is itself (about?) invariance.
Invariance is the state itself I like to disregard.

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From: "Tom Caylor" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Subject: Re: Only Existence is necessary?

> Marc and John,
> Interesting ideas.  Don't have time to comment appropriately.  But I
> want to say one thing about my previous thought.  Note that I said that
> mathematics is *about* invariance; I didn't say that mathematics *is*
> necessarily invariant.  There's a big difference.
> Tom
> >
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