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Please sent me privet e-mail to gan_adam@netvision.net.il

and i will be glad to answer to your question.

I just put the edit poem in "Organic mathematics"

please look on it there.

Yours

Moshek

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Please sent me privet e-mail to gan_adam@netvision.net.il

and i will be glad to answer to your question.

I just put the edit poem in "Organic mathematics"

please look on it there.

Yours

Moshek

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I researching this question for about 20 years, you can find it here:How does a mathematician define Mathematics?

http://www.geocities.com/complementarytheory/CATpage.html

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Organic

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Please tell me what is the connection between the way you defined mathematics to the science attitude of Goethe since he did not respect so much mathematics { as far as i know} ?

Thank you

Moshek

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As much as I know, by Goethe, our cognition's abilities to develop some theory, cannot be ignored.

My point of view of the Natural number is based on this idea, for example:

http://www.geocities.com/complementarytheory/count.pdf

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As far as i know Goethe all his life were dedicate to unify the contradiction in all aspect of life so it may fit your new concept of number. Goethe was not recognize as a sciences despite the fact that he contribute a lot to it. He was recognize ( until today...) as a great poet. so you may change it now with your significant work i named if you dont mind "Quantum number theory".

Yours

Moshek