A Quote by Willard Van Orman Quine on existence, justice, laws, myth, and truth
Just as the introduction of the irrational numbers ... is a convenient myth [which] simplifies the laws of arithmetic ... so physical objects are postulated entities which round out and simplify our account of the flux of existence... The conceptional scheme of physical objects is [likewise] a convenient myth, simpler than the literal truth and yet containing that literal truth as a scattered part.
Source: J. Koenderink Solid Shape, Cambridge Mass.: MIT Press, 1990.
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