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This paper examines the relationship between philosophy and its conditions. The affirmation "mathematics is ontology", which I posited thirty years ago, has certain inconveniences. In this article, I present six varying possibilities for ontology. My own philosophical decision was to proclaim that being is a pure multiplicity, without the One and without any specific attribute such as "matter" or "spirit". This movement of thought brought me to study the mathematical condition of philosophy anddoi:10.3986/fv.41.2.01 fatcat:zevqwraxofaz5f3kp2jqrqznee