David Nyman wrote:
> On Mar 14, 10:18 pm, "Stathis Papaioannou" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> Perhaps using the term "existence" for mathematical objects is misleading.
>> It doesn't mean they exist as separate objects in the real world,  just that
>> they exist as concepts. This is mathematical Platonism.
> Yes, I understand.  I guess I'm saying that nevertheless I can
> conceive of a radical negation in which even Platonic objects have no
> existence, conceptual or otherwise. 

It's hard to imagine what "conceptual existence" means anyway.  Sort of like 
"non-existent existence".  It's just  set of non-contradictory property 

Brent Meeker

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