Re: Incompleteness and Knowledge - errata

2004-01-31 Thread Eric Hawthorne
Corrections inserted here to the following paragraph of my previous post. (Apologies for the sloppiness.) Eric Hawthorne wrote: so truth itself, as a relationship between representative symbols and that which is (possibly) represented, is probably a limited concept, and the limitation has to

Re: Incompleteness and Knowledge

2004-01-31 Thread Bruno Marchal
I mainly agree with all your remark, except that the notion of 'truth is needed to define knowledge and the notion of first person. Nobody proposes to get the Whole Truth ... You terminate by a question I quote so what's the big fat hairy deal?: the deal with comp is that we must derive the

Re: Request for a glossary of acronyms

2004-01-31 Thread Bruno Marchal
Here is an interesting post by Jesse. Curiously I have not been able to find it in the archive, but luckily I find it in my computer memory. Is that normal? I will try again later. Jesse's TOE pet is very similar to the type of TOE compatible with the comp hyp, I guess everyone can see that.

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2004-01-31 Thread everything-list
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Re: Request for a glossary of acronyms

2004-01-31 Thread Jesse Mazer
From: Bruno Marchal [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: Request for a glossary of acronyms Date: Sat, 31 Jan 2004 16:11:39 +0100 Here is an interesting post by Jesse. Curiously I have not been able to find it in the archive, but luckily I find it in my computer memory. Is that