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Posted by Aurino Souza on October 2, 2001 12:58:01 UTC


Why do you keep asking me about Dick's ideas? I'm really curious.

To answer your question, it's because Dick's ideas are purely abstract. It's very hard to criticize an abstract idea, the only thing you can do is look for problems in self-consistency.

What do you think is wrong with the following:

a = b
b = c
a = c

Before you criticize, bear in mind that I'm not "describing" a, b, or c, just showing logical relationships between them. Is there any flaw in the above logic? I can't find any.

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