they leave the point where there’s ANY correspondence to reality and are in the realm of “purity of numbers”.

Similar points are reached in mathematics among mathematicians for example. The realm of pure mathematics is an interesting realm because they leave the point where there’s ANY correspondence to reality and are in the realm of “purity of numbers”. When they reach that “elegant formula”, the descriptions are also quite similar, as if they have touched something deep and profound about the nature of things. Even if there’s no correspondence to any physical systems, it doesn’t matter to them; the formula in its elegance and simplicity has a beauty of its own for them.

I’ve seen it among logicians as well, when they reach the realm of many-valued logic, approaching the complexity level of the Vedic logic and going even further.

Or philosophers when they contemplate “mu” in Eastern Philosophy.

To be clear and precise, I’m not inferring, implying or stating that “they have found God”. Nothing like that. I’m not a believer. But there is point where their systems lead them to a strange land and all they have left is some kind of awe and wonder experience.

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


9 − two =

Leave a Reply