only the unfit evolve
Perhaps I'm ignorant around the job of an axiomatic mathematician, but it's hard for me to imagine a description of the world that was only mathematical. This is rather a trivial point on the surface, but I think it will serve: A scientific description, at the bare minimum would require units to have any real value; these units wouldn't belong to a mathemiticians domain.It would seem rather self-defeating for mathematicians to even look at there mission as one where they are attempting to take the pictures out.The end result might be a mathematics that is incredibly consistent and complex but it would be so decontextualized it would be without value.(This is not to say they aren't embarked on this project: it's just to say that it would be foolish if they were)
Hmm... they don't see themselves as taking the pictures out; they just remove inapposite subjectivity very ineptly, I think.
Post a Comment