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Mathematical CreatureMatemaattinen olioThe philosophy of mathematics is a branch of philosophy that studies the philosophical foundations, assumptions and consequences of mathematics.
Traditionally it has been thought that metaphysics seeks to “behind” mere facts, observations, and delusions that appear to humans and to tell about the ultimate truth.
How old the idea of mathematical objects is is not known with certainty. We know the roots of Western philosophy lead to Plato. Wikipedia description of Plato; Plato was a fiction writer in style, so his writings contained stories, metaphors, and myths combined with the study of concepts. Plato's cave metaphor is well known and can be explored on these pages in physics. Plato studied metaphysics, but what is metaphysics? Aristotle wrote alongside metaphysics about physics, which books are collectively referred to as physics. Scholars who organized the works of Aristotle in the first century in Alexandria began to name these books as τα μετα τα φυσικά (ta meta ta fysika), or "(books) that come after physics (books)". The term ontology is used in several senses. The term is also used to refer to a set of objects assumed by a particular metaphysical theory or system. From the point of view of EPCalculation with the same meaning, geometric patterns e.g. the pentagon as a drawing and the Pascal triangle are mathematical objects. These include a description of the phenomena of the world as a valuemaker.
Ontology explores the concepts of being and existence and the ultimate quality of being. EPcalculation means the same, examines the nature of the relationships between phenomena. Mathematical formulas are a subjective examination of aspects of phenomena. EPCalculaltion is a holistic description of the (assumed) being itself. In this way, the phenomena become of the same meaning, which makes it possible to look at several phenomena. Other known procedures do not have the same possibility.
At one time in Greece, it was thought that the number 1 is not a number, but rather a unit of length. This is interesting for the EPCalculation, as the number 1 is any smallest known value from the one under consideration. For example a 100 m run is the shortest competitive run, corresponding to a value of 1 in the EPCalculation, to which other running distances up to the Marathon distance are compared. EPcalculation does not make mathematical inventions, only rediscovering things such as a circle and a triangle.
