In the Wikipedia entry on Philosophy of mathematics, the following is mentioned about Platonism:
[M]athematical entities are abstract, have no spatiotemporal or causal properties, and are eternal and unchanging.
What does 'have no causal properties' mean? Does it mean mathematical entities are transdual (beyond duality or binary logic) entities thus any action which rely on relation between cause and effect will not be able to affect them?
Would this also be possible explanation behind 'have no spatiotemporal properties' thing? Because [space|time] is some kind of duality too. So if mathematical entities are transdual they would also automatically outside such constraints.