Le 09-mai-07, à 06:16, [EMAIL PROTECTED] a écrit :

> It's true that consistency/precise alone doesn't imply
> existence, but they are factors that one can take into account.

OK. But consistency of a mathematical theory having sufficiently rich 
models so that they support self-observing entities could be enough for 
a notion of relative existence. I think physical existence is always of 
that type, making it an indexical.

I disagree with those who think that any mathematical structure is a 
"physical object". This is, imho, a category mistake. On the contrary 
"physical existence" seems to be (with comp) an "inside" internal" 
first person (plural) sum on a distinguished set of relatively defined 
mathematical structures.

I will say more in a general sum up I intend to send (including the non 
technical account of the why and how of the L interview.



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