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Their function was to support theoretically the more clearly religious concerns of the divinity school theologians and the most serious ministers on the hustings. Our knowledge of eternal mathematical truths thus establishes the immateriality and immortality of our own rational souls. (So far, the argument is straight out of Plato's Phaedo.) Augustine further argued that the eternal existence of numbers and of the mathematical relations that obtain among them requires some additional metaphysical support.

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