My all-time favorite philosopher. I did not mean to imply that mathematics was without beauty. Its focus on the limited truth it can provide makes it unique among all of the languages we have devised. Supremely unambiguous. Utilitarian. But it really is not something I consider to be superior to any other language, even and especially to the extent to which it is capable of capturing the whole truth about anything. It can't possibly. There is much more to the universe than proportional math, vector calculus, group theory, linear algebra, complex math, Boolean algebra, Statistics, finite math, Galois Fields, topology, geometry, and whatever else you care to toss into the mix from a comprehensive mathematical toolkit.

Of all of the systems of mathematical logic ONLY Gödel's incompleteness theorem is both 100% complete and consistent. You can only accomplish such a feat within a system of reasoning by focus on limiting the scope of the truth it can provide, in this case, considering only those two attributes. The downside is, there isn't very much else Gödel's system of reasoning can say about anything else. And this consequence extends to all of mathematical reasoning; however nuanced or convoluted or extended or qualified it may be, it will never be perfection in terms of consistency and completeness within the limitations imposed by its own structure.