As sympathetic as I am to all of your various multisense realism projects
and the different conclusions they are intended to imply,
I must warn you:
If you're going to try to prove black is white, beware the Zebra
crossings...(and if you don't get it, read Douglas Adams and the ultimate
"disproof" of God)
On Wednesday, October 23, 2013 11:54:45 PM UTC-4, Craig Weinberg wrote:
> On Wednesday, October 23, 2013 6:13:33 PM UTC-4, Liz R wrote:
>> On 24 October 2013 04:39, Craig Weinberg <whats...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Dialetheism is the view that some statements can be both true and false
>>> simultaneously. More precisely, it is the belief that there can be a true
>>> statement whose negation is also true. Such statements are called "true
>>> contradictions", or dialetheia.
>>> "Doublethink" as defined in "1984" is almost exactly this.
> Not exactly. Trivialism is more that indiscriminate sense of 'anything can
> be true or not true'. Diathelethism is about recognizing that there are
> limitations in the way that language can meaningfully represent the full
> richness of nature.
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