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Question 2: What Is Set B Exactly?

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Posted by Harvey on October 16, 2004 20:18:26 UTC

Harv: QUESTION 1: When you say "elements of A" and "I am modeling an explanation", please tell me what connection the 'elements of A' and 'modeling an explanation' have together.

Dick: A is what is to be explained!.. the messages used to clarify those meanings... elements in A.

Okay, I understand that set A is the explanandum (that which needs explanation) and the 'elements of A' are the explanans (the individual elements of the explanation that explain the explanandum).

Question 2: What exactly does set B represent in your (revised) model if set A represents the explanandum?

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