Philosophy of mathematics: About Good

AshEse Journal of Physical Science                                                                 

Vol. 4(2), pp. 053, March, 2020

ISSN: 2059-7827  

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Philosophy of mathematics: About Good

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: February, 2020; Accepted February 2020

Nowadays, the number of attributes of Good (Dedekind Cardinal) does not exist except in a logical theory which is considered not as true as a theory built on different mathematical assumptions. So Good exists only potentially in our world.

 

INTRODUCTION

In particular, topics of scientific research are not good enough because scientists do not know philosophy of science and History of science. Below are some other examples which show that “Good” does not exist enough in our world. Philosophers of science have no ambition to contribute to science. A student finds it to be accepted that he/she knows less than his/her professor and that it will always be the case, with his/her professor knowing less than him/her and so on.

Reasoning is better than admitting

To think of torture in the afterlife encourages torture in life itself. It is better to think of forever confinement. People like to read old ideas disguised in new ideas or to wait until ideas are rather old. Ground of science will be expanded and some people are very much against that. The eco-system is destroyed because of the human kind not being intellectualist enough.Management of total quality can be part of a new theory of Good. Good can be made advancing from the rear in the Sky of Ideas.

The existence of Internet makes research easier

We are drowned in the quantitative of capitalism. Since 1963, there is extreme specialization and it can be seen by mathematical logic closing itself to the problems of mathematics with the method “forcing”. If really new ideas are not introduced, society will regress and not only stagnate. Religious people want to take us centuries back when people were dying young because there was practically no medecine.

 

The ultimate goal of a philosopher is to be in advance of his/her age

Intellectualists try explaining what is thought not in the area of intellect. Total quality management will be reckoned barely sketched until now. The mathematical sky is part of the realm of Good so what happens to evil thoughts? It is a problem for a total quality management approach (chapter of resolution of problems). My goal is to contribute to solving problems such as how do we participate to Good and what about Evil as part of the intellectualism advocated by Descartes. We know since Fermat that Nature takes the path which minimize the time and so should we ourselves.

Asian religions turn away from the problem of Good and Evil and it is not a good thing. There is a similarity between monks and nuns shut up in convents from the world in the Middle Age of Europe and academic people in universities nowadays.

 

REFERENCES

Adib Ben Jebara “All things are numbers” Logic colloquium 2001

ASL  meeting in Vienna Austria, brochure.

About God mathematician Adib Ben Jebara: http://ashese.co.uk/ajps-v4-issue-1/philosophy-of-mathematics-about-god-mathematician

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