Yes, you can use the discipline of mathematics to bait philosophers and drag them into a troll-baited net and ensnare them. In the innards of math, "truth" is literally , in all ways, equal to the construction of a proof that shows a theorem follows from premises. That's dry and `mechanical` to philosophers, but it is absolutely the case in practice. (philosophers prefer their "truth" to be enigmatic, ephemeral, difficult, and sexy. Within math, truth is none of those things.).
Where do you get this nonsense idea from? Logic is the Philosophers topic as are formal axiomatic systems, so no, you can't bait philosophers with such stuff and neither do they think truth to be 'enigmatic, ephemeral, difficult, and sexy' with respect to such systems. Unless of course you are talking about weeb 'philosophers' who by-and-large haven't bothered to study philosophy and at best are essentially pre-philosophers.
Another topic which can be used to bait and trap philosophers is the topic of Intuitionistic Logic. I saw a troll use it to explosive effect on newsgroups in the 1990s. He even dragged me into a 30-post back-and-forth thread before I realized what he was doing. Just like you have done, he never outwardly announced that he was using arguments from Intuitionistic Logic, because he carefully calculated that he was interacting with people who had never heard of it. Just as you have done with non-euclidean geometry in this very thread. You are using tactics from the first chapter of the Internet Trolling Handbook (I'm speaking metaphorically).
Then he wasn't talking to philosophers of any note and if he was using Intuitionistic Logic then he had at least studied Logic to some depth, so not a troll.
So go ahead, skakos. Report my posts whenever you like, to whomever you like. I will repeat exactly what I have said here to them. Go ahead. Be my guest.
I'd be bored if I was a mod and received yet more blather about 'trolls' this 'trolls' that, given this is a philosophy site and the idea of a 'troll' is pretty much pointless in such a subject.