Math and Physics
Jan 26, 1994 08:28 AM
by Dewey Val Schorre
Mathematics is real and the physical world is impure and can only
The physical world is real, and mathematics is too simplistic to fully
People with the first attitude will study mathematics and use the
physical world for inspiration in finding topics of research.
People with the second attitude will study physics and consider
mathematics as a tool.
These two groups agree on the relationship between mathematics and the
phisical world, they only disagree on which is more important. There
is no objective way of deciding who right, it is just a matter of
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