On 12/20/2012 4:49 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
"Necessary truths are the only kind that can be known, they are conditional to context." How is this weird? I think that the process philosophy seems very strange and distorted to you.


Why should a contingent truth be not knowable? That seems even more true with a process philosophy, but is true in all philosophy I think. Most of our everyday knowledge is made of contingent truth, like anniversary birthday, diverses facts in life, etc.

Dear Bruno,

You cannot hold a contingent truth in your hand and toss it to me. You can 1p conceive of it, but you cannot measure it 3p. So my claim stands.

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Onward!

Stephen


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