The *evident* Character Of This Defective Cognition Of Which Mathematics Is Proud

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"The *evident* character of this defective cognition of which mathematics
is proud, and on which it plumes itself before philosophy, rests solely on
the poverty of its purpose and the defectiveness of its stuff, and is therefore
of a kind that philosophy must spurn."
-- Georg Wihelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831)