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Re: WAS-- Re: Hanson 2006, Mortimer, Baeker response
"Andreas Johansson" <email@example.com> writes:
> > The axioms, themselves, are based on earlier real-world
> > observations.
> Not necessarily.
I noticed that you didn't say "never".
You have this wonderful ability to under-elaborate on your responses.
;-) Give us an example of an axiom that is based on earlier real-world
> > What, exactly, is this mental process?
> > Why should it be considered
> > different from a part of the scientific
> > method?
> It doesn't exist, for a start.
The next thing you will tell us is that axioms existed before the Big
<pb> (I'm being punked, aren't I?) ;-)