1°)
Maths as a structural law
(Refer
to example: a student)
Maths are unconsciously felt a
good instrument object aimed at keeping order as
much outwards as incoards of oneself "sensible
raisoning" i.e. no nonsense. Maths are in such case
instrumental to tackle scary personal impulses.
They mean a personal equilibrium.

2°)
Maths
object considered as tools
(Refer
to example: a teacher)
Maths are claimed to be a tool
with an impact on the real world (e.g. physies).
They enable constructions in the reality but
equally in oneself, they mend wath is
missing.
In both cases Maths are felt as having an
impact on an individual's outside (a projection
from inside) i.e. in reality.

3°)
Maths
as an ideal object.
(Refer to exemple : a
teacher)
Maths are considered as an ideal
object.Perfect raisoning, the truth, out of maths
no salvation. Every thing should be maths, related,
and although not yet an achieved fact, it is just a
matter of time. In such instance maths are the
individual's miror .

4°)
Maths
seen as another world
(Refer
to example of an
teacher)
Maths belong to another world,
where life is cosy, where the real world is too
tough. Maths make an
oblivion of the actual
world, as if you were in a cocoon. In such case
they are good and bad, therefore a divide between a
good and a bad object..

5°)
Maths
felt as a bad object
(Refer
to the example: a
student)
Maths are considered a bad
thing, a means of selection, a basis of failure,
learding possibly to insanity. They lead the
subject to project on them part of one's worries.
In these letter two cases,
maths may be felt as being far from
reality.

6°)
Maths
as an object of phobie
(Refer
to the example : a student)
Maths are endowed with every
virtue, they are coveted, but they frighten, or are
seen untenables.
