#8422871, By JammyB Militant Secularisation

  • JammyB 14 Feb 2012 20:26:36 756 posts
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    Inertia wrote:
    This is always a subjective dimension to the most logical of disciplines including mathematics. Godel's theorem is an admission of just that.
    How do Godel's incompleteness theorems, which I presume you refer to, admit that maths is "subjective"?

    Maths is an abstract formal system and unlike the other sciences, not empirical at all. It doesn't make sense to talk about it in the context of "our senses".
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