On 20 January 2014 18:55, meekerdb <meeke...@verizon.net> wrote:
> The modeling of the world is in our interpretation of it, a mapping from
> the observable world into mathematics, manipulation and inference, and the
> interpretation of the result as applying to the observable world. If it
> works to a lot of decimal places it means we've created a good model and
> the relations between sentences must correspond to some relation in the
> So the relations exist in arithmetic, and these appear to correspond to
something that exists in the world. Hmm. You're making arithmetical realism
sound quite plausible, I am beginning to feel that I might be swayed
towards putting my Platonic hat on agani.
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