On 2/21/2012 8:16 AM, John Clark wrote:

> it is important to conceive that comp might be false. Why? If it's false I don't see how there could be a way to prove it false, and as we can not function unless we assume it's true it would seem pointless to worry about it. I mean it's not as if there were not other important things to think about.


I have the impression that John and Bruno are using two different meanings of "comp". Maybe they could explicate.

Brent

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