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THE “ENTIRELY REASONABLE” UTILITY OF MATHEMATICS
—“…Russell and Frege …”–
Sorry but mathematics is so useful because it consists of precisely one constant relation: position, for which we have invented a naming scheme of positional names. Therefore every reference in any set of constant relations of any scale, at any scale, can be named (in as many as n-dimensions), and with that name all other relations ascertainable.
Mathematics consists of the assignment of, and operations upon, positional names names, and the various techniques for constructing or deducing constant relations with others names.
The unreasonable effectiveness of mathematics is nothing more than its dependence upon a single immutable constant relation: positional name.
This simplicity makes the error to which all other names (other logics) are subject effectively impossible, and limits error to errors of operation and deduction.