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Superconmath: The Superconceptual (Superultramodern) Mathematics

Joshi, Kedar (2005) Superconmath: The Superconceptual (Superultramodern) Mathematics, in Superultramodern Science and Philosophy. Red Lead Press.

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Abstract

The term Superconmath means Superconceptual Mathematics. It is a meta-mathematical system that defines the structure of Superultramodern Mathematical Science. Superconmath proposes that the conventional (i.e. pre-superultramodern or modern/ultramodern) mathematical science is not as conceptual as it should be. In other words, it has conceptual deficiencies, in nature as well as in approach. Superconmath has five main components: 1.Superconceptual Definition of Mathematics 2.Philosophy as Mathematics 3.Superconceptual Foundations of Pure mathematics 4.Superconceptual Reconstruction of Pure Mathematics 5.Superconceptual mathematical Resolution of Modern/Ultramodern Mathematical Problems This article states each of the five components, in brief.

EPrint Type:Book Chapter
Keywords:Conceptual, Mathematics, Paradox, Meaning, Doubt, Modern, Ultramodern, Superultramodern, Superconceptual, Russell, Poincare, Philosophy, Hyperspace, NSTP Theory, Axiom
Subjects:Theory > Philosophy
Theory > Philosophy of Science
Theory > Logic
ID Code:285
Deposited By:Joshi, Kedar
Deposited On:11 November 2007
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