[FoRK] Mathematics vs Religion
Fri Aug 12 11:46:20 PDT 2005
It also breaks down when you read any of the writings of the apostle
Paul on the relationship between law (whether man-made or God-given) and
the gospel of the resurrected Jesus.
But Albert's analogy has probably been true for various cultures at
various times (e.g. ancient Israel)
On Fri, 12 Aug 2005 17:24:13 +0000, "Russell Turpin"
<deafbox at hotmail.com> said:
> Albert Scherbinsky:
> >Just to add a little controversy:
> >Mathematics is to Science as Religion is to Law.
> I'll bite, and suggest where this breaks down. You
> can do law without religion. Indeed, our Constitution
> is an existence proof for that. I don't know how you
> do science without math.
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