Ontological Mathematics.
on Thu Sep 14, 2017 11:12 am
Ontological mathematics can never be wrong, because it really describes the essence of reality. Abstract mathematics can be correct as far as adding and multiplying things the right way, but the results don’t necessarily correspond to what reality is actually doing or will do. This type of mathematics is what science is currently fixated upon, because most scientists haven’t yet realized that there are these two types of mathematics. They just haven’t thought about it yet. Science should orient its research methods around understanding and figuring out ontological mathematics, rather than just coming up with arbitrary equations to describe empirical data, if it truly wants to claim the position of being the method to understand reality. Illuminism seeks to understand the very basis of reality, the very fabric of existence, and its unavoidable reason for being. This difference between ontological math and abstract math therefore could not be any more important, because it is only ontological math which corresponds with fundamental reality. And so only Illuminism, not science as it currently exists, truly provides the answer as to why we’re here at all.
Re: Ontological Mathematics.
on Thu Sep 14, 2017 12:27 pm
Yes! We seek reality and abstract mathematics is good in explaining about computer and algorithm but doesn't explain the reality of existence
Re: Ontological Mathematics.
on Tue Sep 19, 2017 12:24 pm
Please define ontological mathematics and give us an example. Math is not artificial. People have an innate sense of number and space and geometry, even without education.
Re: Ontological Mathematics.
on Wed Sep 20, 2017 6:12 pm
I have been reading about ontological math for a while and zero is something and nothing at the same time and that it explains how reality came to be.
Very cool and interesting stuff.
Very cool and interesting stuff.
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