Re: The Number 7
Sep 01, 1997 06:33 PM
by Bart Lidofsky
Vincent Beall wrote:
> If the problem concerns metamathematics which is really very modern, one
> would consider the null set, however, ancient metaphysics would 'not'
> presume the null set as it would actually be a consideration of a fouth
> element. Where one was considering the Hindu G-dhead for instance, the
> practical aspect of trinity would be lost; the null set would not
> represent any expression of the G-dhead, where subject of consideration
> is G-d.
Either it's mathematics or it's not. It can't be mathematics, but only
as it suits oneself; that way leads to the assumption that ego is
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