Le Samedi 18 Mars 2006 01:58, [EMAIL PROTECTED] a écrit :
> Ground them operationally, then. Real things have real properties and
> unreal
> things don't. Real properties can be observed empirically. Primeness
> then is not
> a real property.

I have to ask you one more time, but I'll reverse the question, what does it 
means for an object not to be real (hence being abstract) ? it is not a joke, 
I want to know. All your explanations till now are tautologies and in 
themself have no explanatory power at all.


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