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- Obviously, higher dimensional spaces have just as valid a mathematical existence as low dimensional spaces.
- In an appendix to his book on mathematical existence, Becker set the problem of finding a formal calculus for intuitionistic logic.
- An obvious possibility is to start exploring if in fact " physical existence " = " mathematical existence " as e . g.
- The mathematical existence of such sets is construed to shed light on the notions of length, area and volume in formal set theory.
- Similarly, we all assume without any shred of evidence that there exist such a thing as " physical existence " which is supposed to be fundamentally different from merely " mathematical existence ".