A Logical Message About the Claim that Truths Lose Truthfulness Because of Their Age, and the Claim that Old Truths Are Repeated Simply Out of Ignorance or Dogmatism Instead of the Fact that They Are Valuable Truths

When someone condemns a thinker for merely “dogmatically repeating what people in the past have said”, recall that any time a math book is published, there are ideas within them that are exactly the same as they were millennia ago, and some of these ideas, at some point, had to have been conceived of and thus “fresh”, which is what someone who condemns the thinker that I previously discussed apparently wants. Meaning that the “freshness” that they want sometimes creates ideas that last for lifetimes, which they despise, but freshness in these cases would not be as valuable as the infallible truths that they express (addition as a concept can never become anything else, and thus is infallible, and addition has extreme value to us as humans. Numbers as a concept can be conceived of through the concepts of addition and multiplication, but addition is never multiplication, although these concepts related to the concepts of numbers can create relationships within our heads that do provide obvious similarities that we can conceive of).

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