Philosophy Of Mathematics: Applying The Theory Of Thoughts As Mathematical Waves

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Vol. 3(7), pp. 050-051, Decemeber, 2019

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Philosophy of mathematics: Applying the theory of thoughts as mathematical waves

Adib Ben Jebara

Retired researcher, Tunis, Tunisia. E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Received November, 2019; Published Decemeber, 2019

Summary

The existence of God is an axiom which is true.The verified consequence is the absence of chaosexcept for temporary chaos (chaos does not mean disorder).It can be so also because space is infinite while the quantity of matterin the universe is finite (http://ashese.co.uk/ajp-v3-issue-1/about-elementary-particles-of-physics). My theory is that matter has always been existing and God has to act with it and get a compromise until taking over.

INTRODUCTION

This research article is a continuation of the published research article: http://ashese.co.uk/ajps-v3-issue-3/philosophy-of-mathematics-about-afterlife-and-other-philosophical-thoughts, where I wrote “A soul is partly made of thoughts. Thoughts are mathematical waves. Brain waves are something else. Anything mathematical is eternal (“non-perishable”). Thus souls are immortal.  Afterlife is for souls, not for bodies. For the first time in the History of mankind afterlife is proven to exist in some way. With afterlife being no more a matter of faith, there is a new intellectual horizon”. It was going further with the idea of Galileo and Descartes that God is mathematician.

 

The existence of God is an axiom which is true.The verified consequence is the absence of chaosexcept for temporary chaos (chaos does not mean disorder).It can be so also because space is infinite while the quantity of matterin the universe is finite (http://ashese.co.uk/ajp-v3-issue-1/about-elementary-particles-of-physics). My theory is that matter has always been existing and God has to act with it and get a compromise until taking over.Evil thoughts would not exist if matter did not always exist. I would like to provide an explanation of what happened with the prophetsother than God acting directly.I think that the prophets communicated with the souls of some dead peopleby telepathywhich made the prophets know so many things (from advanced theories).

Evil thoughts will always exist

Evil thoughts come from the side which is rather animalistic. Do evil thoughts correspond to a category or type of brain waves?

 

The number of attributes of Evil is to be reduced from 2 power aleph zero to aleph zero. Such a thing has a consequence on the thoughts which occur (2004-05 Winter Meeting of the Association for Symbolic Logic, The Bulletin of Symbolic Logic, Vol. 11, No. 3 (Sep., 2005).

 The research article

http://ashese.co.uk/ajps-v3-issue-3/philosophy-of-mathematics-about-afterlife-and-other-philosophical-thoughtsdoes lead to several questions.May be the most important question is how to characterize the second coordinateof a thought as a mathematical wave, the first coordinate being time.A second question is: where are the souls of dead people?I wrote in “a philosophy for scientists” 

 

https://books.google.tn/books?id=t-56CgAAQBAJ&printsec=frontcover&hl=fr#v=onepage&q&f=falsethat souls of dead people exist in a parallel time.An argument is:

- Such  a  thing  is  possible  because  time  has  at  least  2

dimensions at the cosmological level.

- Such a thing is possible because the negation of the mathematical axiom of choice is true (http://ashese.co.uk/ajp-v3-issue-1/about-elementary-particles-of-physics)

 

We must become aware of what we do not know and make it a well-posed problem. This is described in solving the problems of total quality management. The point of view is of an intellectualism. An intuition is a thought and even a strong thought. To have an intuition can be to imagine something which correspond to some reality, so intuition is not some kind of instinct. Do thoughts all go to the mathematical sky or are they filtered by the Good of Plato?There is a question of pre-existence of mathematical waves and their actual existence for characterizing thoughts.

Blaise Pascal wrote that the Heart has unknown reasons. Feelings give birth to thoughts which can be analyzed to learn about the feelings using the progress in psychology since the 17th century. Pascal wrote something about trying to rationalize faith into reasoning about betting for eternal life versus finite life. The attitude of applying holy texts without trying to understand why they came to be can be found even at work when people apply procedures  without  trying  to understand what it is about. Such people have semi-thoughts or flat thoughts with the mind semi-operating.

The conclusion is what I already wrote “Anti-intellectualism, bureaucratic behavior and extreme specialization

prevent shortcuts and being not result oriented”.

 

REFERENCES

http://ashese.co.uk/ajps-v3-issue-3/philosophy-of-mathematics-about-afterlife-and-other-philosophical-thoughts

http://ashese.co.uk/ajp-v3-issue-1/about-elementary-particles-of-physics

https://books.google.tn/books?id=t-56CgAAQBAJ&printsec=frontcover&hl=fr#v=onepage&q&f=false

2004-05 Winter Meeting of the Association for Symbolic Logic, The Bulletin of Symbolic Logic, Vol. 11, No. 3 (Sep., 2005),.

 

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