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 May 14th 2018, 01:26 PM #1 Member   Join Date: Jul 2013 Posts: 58 Number philosophy(One relativity) Number can mean perfect logic for just nature. But number also is for philosophy as logic and letter, together. So number and philosophy mean the same. And I take monism for philosophy, so everything is one. Number is not question relativity for philosophy as it has it. So relativity can be one.
 May 14th 2018, 04:53 PM #2 Senior Member   Join Date: Apr 2015 Location: Somerset, England Posts: 995 Take exactly 3.737 candles to the top of a mountain and light them at dusk. In the light of these candles you will understand the OP.
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 Originally Posted by studiot Take exactly 3.737 candles to the top of a mountain and light them at dusk. In the light of these candles you will understand the OP.
I'd rather stay at home and read the tea leaves.

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 May 15th 2018, 01:58 AM #5 Senior Member     Join Date: Jun 2016 Location: England Posts: 688 If you want to study the links between logic and maths try: Principia Mathematica by Alfred North Whitehead and Bertrand Russell I haven't read it myself, but I understand it explains from first principles why 1+1=2 (by means of set theory). topsquark likes this. __________________ ~\o/~
 May 15th 2018, 07:45 AM #6 Banned   Join Date: Mar 2018 Location: Xinhui Guangdong Province China Posts: 118 1+1=1? I drank one bottle of wine every night and felt it's not so enough and then took one more, when I was satisfied , I found two empty bottles in front of me, it's a simple and iron logic. But I think that the best principle in cosmos is just only one empty bottle appear
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 Originally Posted by htam9876 I drank one bottle of wine every night and felt it's not so enough and then took one more, when I was satisfied , I found two empty bottles in front of me, it's a simple and iron logic. But I think that the best principle in cosmos is just only one empty bottle appear
1 + 1 = 1 for small values of 1.

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 Originally Posted by philipishin Number can mean perfect logic for just nature. But number also is for philosophy as logic and letter, together. So number and philosophy mean the same. And I take monism for philosophy, so everything is one. Number is not question relativity for philosophy as it has it. So relativity can be one.
Math and philosophy are very different endeavors defined very differently. I.e.

https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/de...on/mathematics
 The abstract science of number, quantity, and space, either as abstract concepts (pure mathematics), or as applied to other disciplines such as physics and engineering (applied mathematics)
https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/philosophy
 The study of the fundamental nature of knowledge, reality, and existence, especially when considered as an academic discipline.
Namely, math is an abstract science - very rigid logic, and philosophy isn't. In math there is one and only one answer set to a problem whereas there is nothing like that in philosophy. Math is full of answers and philosophy is full of questions.

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 Originally Posted by Pmb Math is full of answers and philosophy is full of questions. I am Groot.
I particularly like this observation.
I might borrow it sometime.
Thanks.

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