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Then We Hold Different Definitions Of What An Object Is

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Posted by Harvey on December 19, 2001 23:27:57 UTC


>>>Ok, then let objects be "events" or let objects be "processes" or let objects be "fields"; that’s fine with me. And, if you want that space to be a Hilbert space or a Minkowski space or ??? whatever you want, I won’t argue with that; it’s fine with me!>Where did I say that point #1 had anything meaningful to say? It is a logical starting point, no more and no less! And what proposal are you talking about?>So now you want objects to be actions? Ok, it’s all in your head anyway; I could care less. It has no bearing on what I am saying.>>Well that sure isn’t a very clear statement! What part of the above confusion is "philosophy"?

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