**Ben Goertzel** (*ben@goertzel.org*)

*Tue, 8 Oct 2019 10:47:10 -0400*

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*> Physicists look like to talk much. Mathematicians just talk about
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*> Best wishes,
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*> Hitoshi
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I must observe that the use of undefined integrals has a rather esteemed

history in physics....

The Feynman integral was basically undefined mathematically when Feynman

started using it, then many

years later, mathematicians figured out ways to define it mathematically in

many useful cases.

This is just a general comment, I haven't been following the mathematical

arguments of Matti & Hitoshi

in much detail

Ben

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