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When I was a child no one taught me it was a language unto itself. I understand when a mathematician writes a book he sees the world from a mathematical perpective. Yet when a philosopher does the same its the same principle. I am fasinated with algebra. To me its like analytical philosophy only with words. I understand one plus one better than 1+1. We both arrive at the same answer but from different perspectives. Can we judge both perspectives wrong?

pljames :confused:

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