Alex
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Are some mathematical truths contingent on the laws of physics?
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On the view that the existence of mathematical objects and/or the truth of mathematical statements are contingent on us, humans, if the laws of physics had been different, due to the fine-tuning ...

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What is this fallacy: “Expecting something to continue just because it has never stopped”
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The specific (informal) fallacy you're talking about (the one in the question title) is called "hasty generalization". In technical terms, it is inductive reasoning with insufficient ...

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