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Plato's ideas, ideals, 'principles,' and concepts are absolute and changeless. His version of change is only apparent, illusional, delusional to observers.

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Mathematics, mind, ontology and the origins of number. 
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What is the origin of numbers? In what way do numbers exist? Have they always been present as 'Platonic' abstractions, or do they require a mind to bring them into existence? Can numbers exist in the absence of matter or things to count?

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The empty set, the origins of mathematics and the Buddhist concept of sunyata. 
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What is the origin of numbers? In what way do numbers exist? Have they always been present as 'Platonic' abstractions, or do they require a mind to bring them into existence? Can numbers exist in the absence of matter or things to count?

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What Did Plato Mean by "Absolute"? 
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Since his idealism was based on the belief that all knowledge resides within the spirit of an individual, Plato certainly sounds like a constructivist. But then again, he believed innate knowledge to be not only good and perfect, but also absolute - not entirely a constructivist approach. This, at first glance, could seem to belie his constructivist approach. Plato, recording the teachings of Socrates, actually divided wisdom into two categories: knowledge and belief. He proposed that the perception of absolute reality constituted knowledge, while most of what we commonly refer to as knowledge is simply our perception of "a representation" of absolute reality (Crombie, 1962, p. 102). Reference Crombie, I. M. (1962). An Examination of Plato’s Doctrines. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul.

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WordReference.com Dictionary 
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content="nothing Definition from dictionary"

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