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Old 07-28-2007   #1
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difference between philosophy and mathematics?
Old 07-28-2007   #2
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Philosophy is the tree, mathematics is a branch for branches for it. For its subject its objective Will is not different, what is true description is its object and its use is action.The Will is positive for it aids thought for action and the Judgement is negative to oppose negation for self for others.
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Not only do mathematicians and philosophers go about their business in very different ways, on the whole they don't mix. Mathematicians who arguably would benefit from reading works in philosophy rarely do soand even philosophers of mathematics appear to read little contemporary work on mathematics.Ninety-nine percent of the time, this method works fine in mathematics. But it's the kiss of death when you are faced with a paper or book in philosophy.
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Originally Posted by bRatz View Post
difference between philosophy and mathematics?
id say that philosophy you argue about something forever and there is no right or wrong answer but there is a logical answer .

but in mathmatics u solve the problema nd find a solution its more starightforward.

but both require in depth thinking / analysis

hope tht helps
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