Let consider this small example...I find it interesting, but I think it does not in fact tell anything about reality :(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

You are in presence of somebody, and another one enters the scene :

Operation "times" :

a) subjectively (as seen from you), the number of person is for you : x 2 : 1 interlocutor->2 interlocutors

b) objectively (as seen outside of the 3 actors), the number of people is just : x3/2=x1.5

--->"times" is depending on the cognition level

Operation "plus"

a) subjectively : interolucutors +1

b) objectively : actors +1

----->"plus" does not depend on the cognition level....

Do you find this anyhow interesting ? Is there such a discrepancy for physical system operations...? I couldn't find something like that at first view...

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# Are cognition levels and mathematical operations linked ?

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