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Date Posted: 10:27
Author: Eponymous-27Aug02
Subject: Re: Vedic Mathematics & Prof. Nerode?
In reply to: anil nerode-27Aug02 's message, "Re: Vedic Mathematics & Prof. Nerode?" on 10:25

That's quite interesting. I guess this was similarly the case with the Pythagorians?

BTW, just out of curiosity, do you have a "position" regarding the ontology of mathematics? I'm struck by the fact that so many mathematicians seem to adopt a Platonist perspective. I find this idea sort of strange, and I'd be interested to hear your view on the matter - if indeed you have one.

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