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Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Philosophy is like the ocean water, the more you drink, the more you get thirsty.
(F. Nietzsche, Beyond good and evil)
- Atheists do not need religion and nor does atheism.
- the natural world is all that there is.
- the world is composed not just of matter, but the fields, forces, and everything else described by physics.
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Science quotesOnce we know that something exists, we can prove things about it.
Alcock, Lara. How to Think About Abstract Algebra (p. 52). OUP Oxford.
Pseudo-Random Numbers (Numerical Systems)
A Theory of Problems Modern Algebra
Mathematics is not a choice, it chooses you.
SI – International Measuring System