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Paz & Gorm & Oliver & some other friends are all perplexed about mathematics. They think it is huge, and so important that all philosophy should just conform itself to Maths. The problem is, while they know that any data or knowledge can at best be an approximation and a simplification and a relative truth, they misteriously miss the relativeness of Maths. And it is a shame, too, that they are perplexed, because Maths is such a simple, solved issue.

Geez, even the thing about Mathematics being true according to its own rules isn’t so airtight if we look too close: What happens if you divide by zero? Some books will even tell you what you should do with a divide-by-zero, but basically it means “we don’t know”.

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