Yet, mathematical physics is one of the most successful sciences. Your theory can't explain this success. On it, what mathematical physicists do is completely unjustifiable. — Dfpolis
The difference between physics and mathematics is not that one is about nature and the other not — Dfpolis
Math is about nature as quantifiable — Dfpolis
The reason for Russell's paradox is not some formal problem that requires a theory of types (though a theory of types avoids the problem). The reason for it is that there is nothing in reality from which we can abstract the concept of the set of all sets that do not include themselves, just as there is nothing in reality from which we can abstract the parallel postulate or the axiom of choice. — Dfpolis
All you're doing is ruling out obvious nonsense, leaving open the possibility that all mathematics may be obscure nonsense, — Dfpolis
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