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Absolute Truth in Mathematics
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According to the formalist view on mathematics, I think the answer should be no - mathematics is not an example of absolute truth according to the definition you've given. This is how mathematics ...

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Is identity an emergent concept?
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Yes, identity can be emergent. Sea waves are nothing but the circular motion of individual molecules. Each molecule circles around a static centre, yet it looks to us as if something distinctive is ...

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What mean philosophy?
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Historical note: Only a few centuries ago no distinction was being made between philosophy and science. Physics at the time of Newton, for example, was referred to as "natural philosophy". Science is ...

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