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Subject: Re: [Fis] The two very important operations of Infos
Dear Terry and colleagues,
(...) , there cannot be interminable regress of this displacement to establish
these norms. At some point

Dear Loet and colleagues,
One of the advantages of a new discipline is the simplification of
discourse, the creation of a new space where you can easily build new
knowledge without copious management of other unnecessary,
circumstantial ideas. I have already quoted in this list the famous

Dear Terry and colleagues,
(...) , there cannot be interminable regress of this displacement to
establish these norms. At some point normativity requires ontological
grounding where the grounded normative relation is the preservation of
the systemic physical properties that produce the

Dear Terrence,
Condsider the Russell paradox.
Russell set is R = { x a set | x is not a member of itself}.
If instead we define
R = { x a set | x is not a member of itself, and x is defined PRIOR TO THE
APPLICATION OF THIS DEFINITION}
then R is not a member of itself since it occurs AFTER

Adding a temporal dimension has often been offered as a way out of paradox
in quasi-physical terms. This is because interpreting paradoxical logical
relations or calculating their values generally produces interminably
iterating self-contradicting or self-undermining results. Writers from G.
S.