Poll: Is the name "Bob" appropriate for the philosophy of math or the philosophy of nutrition?
You do not have permission to vote in this poll.
The name "Bob" is appropriate for the philosophy of math, but not for the philosophy of nutrition.
0%
0 0%
The name "Bob" is appropriate for the philosophy of nutrition, but not for the philosophy of math.
0%
0 0%
The name "Bob" isn't appropriate for either philosophy.
0%
0 0%
The name "Bob" is appropriate for both a math philosophy and a nutrition philosophy.
0%
0 0%
It depends.
0%
0 0%
Offended by the question.
40.00%
2 40.00%
Offended by the answer option "Offended by the question"
40.00%
2 40.00%
Don't understand, or no opinion, or not at liberty to disclose opinion, or none of the above.
20.00%
1 20.00%
Total 5 vote(s) 100%
* You voted for this item. [Show Results]

Poll: Is Bob an appropriate name for the following ...?
#1
Suppose that we are to personify or anthropomorphize a philosophy of mathematics that supports the claim that students of mathematics should simply accept and rely upon the premises (invented in approximately the year 1908) of the system of set theory (with consequences in all or almost all branches of mathematics) called "ZF" or "ZFC."

Suppose that we are to also personify or anthropomorphize a philosophy of nutrition that supports the claim that people ought to consume a vegan nutritional supplement that provides vitamin B12, so that people don't rely upon the consumption of animal flesh, animal eggs, or the milk of non-human animals to provide themselves with the essential vitamin B12.

By giving a name that is ordinarily used to name a human being, it is possible to represent a philosophy as a speaker in a dialogue.  For example, we might give the name "Bob" to one, both, or neither of the above philosophies.
Reply
#2
Eugene for math. Miguel for nutrition.
Reply




Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)