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Mysticism – the view that objective truth is revealed by a special, direct means (mystical insight, divine revelation, intuition, instinct, faith, etc.) suppose someone asked if people were in this room; would u construct an argument to try to prove this to her? No, it should be obvious. Perception is obvious. What mystics do is apply this to ideas. There are mystics in mathematics. There are self-evident truths in mathematics (maxims), but one can ask “Where do these self-evident truths come from?” Some mathematicians will say that we acquire
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2011 for the course PHILOSOPHY PHI2600 taught by Professor Siegmann during the Spring '11 term at FIU.

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