On Sun, May 3, 2009 at 10:56 AM, Bruno Marchal <marc...@ulb.ac.be> wrote:
> With just arithmetic, when we stop to postulate a primitive or
> ontological material world, all primitive ad-hocness is removed, given
> that the existing internal interpretations are all determined, with
> their relative frequency, by addition and multiplication rules, and
> physics will be defined by the (absolute) probability of relative
> computations (here = probability of relative number theoretical
> relations.


In other posts I have seen you mention that the rule of succession is
not enough, that addition and multiplication are needed.  Why is it
that it stops at multiplication, and not exponentiation or tetration?
Is it enough to say some form of iteration + succession are required?
(e.g. a for loop with succession gives addition, a for loop with
addition yields multiplication, etc.)


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