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9 votes
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7k views

If the universe is finite does that nullify Godel's incompleteness, halting problem, and Church-Turing thesis?

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6 answers
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Why don't we say the "unreasonable effectiveness of language"?

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Did Gödel think certain math could only be understood if platonism is correct? (and correspondence and nominalism)

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957 views

Distinction between two types of self

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Maudlin and Chomsky on Newton and the shift toward "unintellgible" science

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1 answer
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Why are abstract realms/the abstract realm thought of as being so orderly/restricted?

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1 answer
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Is there an “algorithm” philosophy? Perhaps between relativism and pragmatism?

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3 answers
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Is it a problem for arithmetic or our representation (or both) that there is incompleteness?

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1 answer
286 views

Is there any chance of combing classical and non-classical logics similar to how Frege combined two logics?

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2 answers
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Does Artistole's principle of non-contradiction imply/concede/allow there are contradictions, we just can't learn much via them?

2 votes
1 answer
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Do contradictions rule out holism and vice versa, and pluralism?

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Do relational metaphysics and analytic philosophy conflict via relational vs external properties?

2 votes
1 answer
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Did it take till the likes of Lakoff and the 20th-21st century to have truly direct naturalized reasons for logic and math?

2 votes
1 answer
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Having trouble understanding "not possible without" vs. "necessary for"

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Is analytic philsophy the most associated with "armchair" knowledge and is that subject to change?

2 votes
1 answer
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Is the unlearned nature of language a la Chomsky a way back into logical empiricist epistemology?

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1 answer
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How do modern platonists explain the objective, specific connections between the physical and abstract?

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Why is it said Second Order Logic commits oneself to abstract objects but not FOL?

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3 answers
310 views

Why do we call logical concepts abstract when logic is specific to the situation?

2 votes
6 answers
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How to be skeptical of transcendental arguments?

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Is there a naturalized intuitionist mathematics? Is it Kantian?

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Two questions about mathematical platonism

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1 answer
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Is abstraction always mind-dependent?

1 vote
2 answers
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How does a dualist explain changing their mind?

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1 answer
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Do any philosophers say surreal numbers are reason to doubt platonism?

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Something similar to The Knowledge Argument which works within Physicalism?

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Emergence and status of the wave function, do any philosophers define physics and physicalism in 21st Century?

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1 answer
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Questions about Reichenbach's Principle and causes

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2 answers
491 views

Is this how the static block universe, arrow of time, and conscious experience hang together?

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Are patterns prior to causes? Which philosophers are hesitant to believe there really are causes?