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Which Part Of The Above "not The Case"?

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on February 18, 2002 07:04:17 UTC

Hi Harvey1,
You wrote:
>You missed my point entirely.
>The issue is not what one should do.
> It is merely a clarification as to
> the meaning of words and how words
>acquire meaning.

Are you using some methods learned from
your reading about "clarifying?" The
discussion seems "made up from scratch."
Are you saying you have some field data
you are systematically considering?

>You seem to want to
>turn this into something else entirely.

Still not sure what it is, so that's hard
to comment upon...but you did
state back to me what I have been saying...
that the words we use must sometimes be used
in precise ways according to standard or
provided definitions.

> What is your motivation to do so?

When you answer the questions above, I'll
have some better idea what point I was missing.
And Harv, would you please describe your experience or any claim you have to stature
as a logical communicator? You seem to write
pretty fluently and are fairly clear sometimes
in physics but I missed any previous description
of your background which could help me understand better what your paradigm is...
Sorry for the imposition, but I did post my brief data after some harassment from Yan.

Mike regards,

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