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Reality Is Not A Set Of Numbers

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Posted by Aurino C Souza on August 8, 2002 13:49:18 UTC


When I find the time, I'd like to discuss with you why your definition of reality is wrong, and why that error caused you to run into a serious philosophical problem which afflicts nobody else (except schizophrenics and people on too many drugs, which is not your case)

From a philosophical perspective, reality is a language. There's some subtle reasons why reality has to be defined that way, so don't rush to tell me I'm wrong because I know I'm absolutely right. I'd like to talk about that later.

See you,


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