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So I've heard, "Math is not logic," because logic has no notion of order. However, consider the following argument:
There once was a man on a mountaintop. He came down, murdered a villager's cat, and went back up again.
Now, you may think the Police would like to catch this man. So they asked a logitician: "Where is he?" The logitician pondered the question, then, having no notion of chronological order, responded: "He is either somewhere else, or on the mountain top."
The Police officer, not being a logitician, thanked him and promptly visited the mountain top to apprehended the murderer. This is an example of interpreted logic: It takes a layman to add order to the logitician's orderless analysis.
Am I making sense, or is there some other aspect of mathematics that is incompatible with logic?