fjafjan, I was proposing math and philosophy as one set (artifacts equivalent) together. I agree that philosophy is not a science, I wasn't asserting that, I was asserting that it has had major impacts on the development of science, and as such should surely be included with mathematics as a set.
What about all the work in epistemology, methodology and philosophy of science? You surely can't say that this has not had active bearing on the development of scientific and mathmatical method? Positivism? Empiricism? a priori/a posteriori? Reliablism? Justification? Socratic method? Logic? Occam's razor? Scepticism? Induction/Deduction? Scientific realism? Reductionism? Falsifiability? All of these have or have had impacts on the scientific community. All are philosophical concepts.
You make a good point, However, I suggest that Philosophe be the "artifacts" class, as it's essentially "outside" of science, yet an instrmental part of it.
I think the big question is what "lives" are to correspond to, perhaps "the truth"?
All scientists want to find out the truth, or rathe,r truths.
So you have 20 truths to start with, you try to find out the truths of your opponent?
Walls are ignorance or problems?
and I don't think I should be some ultimate authority cause I made the thread.
SERN, enchantment: All Physisist gets +x/+y or x?
Global warming - Enchantment all biologists gets -x/-x
High precision weighting scale Enchant Scientist target Chemist gets +2..
Keep going folks!