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Topic: Mathematics as discourse about form:
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Re: Mathematics as discourse about form:
Posted: Jan 1, 2013 11:22 AM
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> What is the difference between math and the other
> branches of science?
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> C-B
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I don't know if this is _the_ difference, but a difference
is that math is not a natural science; it does not base its truths on data from the outside world, and it then does not use the scientific method as a means to derive its truths, i.e., theorems.
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