Numbers, like the laws of logic, are concepts that can't be other than what they are. For example, the concept of a single item can only be about one item, not two items or any other number of items. Sooner or later these concepts will occur to creatures capable of abstract thought. These concepts need minds to be thought about, but not to be.I guess I am not sure what you mean then.
If anyone has a better way of saying this, please chip in.
Not necessarily. There is good in that something is of personal advantage to you, and then there is moral good. They can be different.So if the consequences of your behavior are good for you, then that means it is moral?
Only in that it was of personal advantage to him, not in that what he did was morally good, or that he achieved this power and wealth by moral means. In fact we know that Stalin acted immorally most of the time.Like Joseph Stalin gained great power and wealth for many years, so does that mean what he did was good?