There is also:Skepdick wrote: ↑Tue Aug 13, 2019 10:45 pmYes! That's the error. You are trying to 'ontologise' a number. In the Platonism/Nominalism stand-off I am more of a conceptualist.
Still an ontology as a truth system.
It's right here ---> 1
You are assuming a symbol, there are variations of how one is expressed.
Counting is individuation. From phenomenology - when you bracket some object of experience. You individuate it. One.
True, I will will have to agree to that. But a problem still occurs bracket is not defined and all experiences (such as me tasting ice cream) require an assumption of the senses.
Bracketing is a process of divergence, but divergence has no form except through a projection on one axiom away from another. The only form that occurs is the line as a projective entity. But like the point, as it is composed of points, the line is assumed.
You want me to show you how to count? OK.
There are infinite ways of counting...thus we are left with an assumption of counting as one infinite dynamic set. This still requires you to "show me 1".