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Philosophical considerations somewhere, namely with “embodied cognition”, which means essentially the biological processes of human thinking. In other words, all mathematics is ultimately psychological and biological in its nature, its location and its origin. 2. 2 Remark: The membership concept is related to tribalism. The concept of sets comes from the human mind’s ability to group objects together and deﬁne boundaries around territories. The very word “membership” in the set theory context is suggestive of tribal membership, which is fundamental to both human cooperation and competition (which in turn are responsible for the majority of human happiness and misery respectively).
Plato’s theory of ideas . . . . . . . . . . . . Sets as parameters for socio-mathematical network communications Sets as parameters for classes of objects . . . . . . . . Extraneous properties of set-constructions in deﬁnitions . . . . Axioms versus constructions for deﬁning mathematical systems . . Some general remarks on mathematics and logic . . . . . . Dark sets and dark numbers . . . . . . . . . . . Integers and inﬁnity .
Conveying something to one, mean? It means that one can point to the parts of sensible experience to which those words refer. This extra-logical problem is the essential problem, which the archaeologist will only be able to solve intuitively, by examining his experience and seeing if he can discover anything which corresponds to those primary terms of the theory and the axioms laid down for them. Only in this sense can the question of the nature of a conceptually presented entity be reasonably raised.