Title: Mathematical Realism And Its D
|Date:||February 27, 2012|
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A mathematician can't imagine an alien not knowing two plus two is four. Hersh argues that all math isn't based on facts. He says there is no proof that two plus two is four, and when a mathematician argues with him by giving him math rules Hersh replies by saying "I find it so astonishing that a good mathematician would so misunderstand the nature of proof...
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Mathematicians describe math as something to observe and find not something to create and construct.
I thought this article to be very interesting. While reading this article I was swayed from one side to the other, both sides had reasonable arguments that kept me doubtful. Math can very much is considered a created thing because we have no way of knowing if it actually applies to areas out of our sight...
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