The nature of mathematics, specifically arithmetic has a contradictory element to it.

The statement of 1+1=2 observes:

1) 1+1=2

2) However 2=(2)+1 where two exists fundamentally as the repetition of +1 as +1 in itself.

3) 1+1=+1 in the respect that this is one statement in itself as one answer in itself where 2 effectively is 1 number.

4) The contradiction lies in the language itself as having an "implied" framework where 1+1=2 but "2" effectively is always 1 answer.

5) This implication necessitates a form of group agreement where language itself, in this case, is subject to the bandwagon fallacy.

6) Hence equivocation requires a form of localization between multiple options, hence contains a dual antithetical statement within it.

"Again 1+1=2 And its negation 1+1=1. It be said that 1+1=2 be a certain truth 1 number + 1 number = 1 number 1 number (2) +1 number (2) =1 number (4) So 1 +1=2 And 1 + 1 = 1 Thus a contradiction in mathematics Here we have two contradictions in mathematics A contradiction in reality A glass half full And its negation A glass half empty."

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## The Contradictory Nature of Mathematics 1+1= 2 and 1.

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