If ${that} is a question, then ${this} is an answer.

(Sorry, came over a bit Smullyan-esque there for a moment.)


On 8 January 2014 05:47, Ali Polatel <pola...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Can fact exist beyond the dimensions of perception?
>
> Does ${this} question make sense or does it not?
> If it does not, does the reason lie somewhere between the words which make
> up the question below?
>
> Does ${this} bypass or violate the definition of the concepts used in
> ${this} question?
>
> No matter the reason, provided there is no sense involved,
> what is the difference between ${this} question and ${this} new question?
>
> Where is Wittgenstein when you need a beer?
>
> To cut it short, I am questioning the implementation of the new() function
> when the argument is self. Is infinite recursion a limitation of the
> aforementioned finite dimensions of perception?
>
> Or, does sense leave the bar when I get tired counting the dimensions?
> (Even if that means she is denying herself all the hope of me buying the
> next round.)
>
> Happy new year!
>
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