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A Sentences In Philosophy Should Be Equations--every Word Strong

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Posted by Mike Pearson on December 27, 2001 01:14:46 UTC

Attributed to Harv:
( . . . And, it certainly isn't a logical fact (i.e., something that implies an agreed to structure of thought among those who have developed classical logic.)

What bothers me here is the word "implies"
It's too casual.
It lets every goblin of credentialism and
bluster have the chance to "trump" every inconvenient fact and even every other intention of the sentence.

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