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Posted by Alan on August 11, 2002 09:08:15 UTC

Hey I was still right:

"Because "1" by definition is not divisible unless it is a generalisation.

And if it is already a bunch of stuff called overall "1"; then you can only divide it to a limited number of "1"s?"

When you shift to base 3; you are viewing the "1" through the eyes of the defining category "3".

In doing so, you have already transformed the "1" into a non-specific (non-3-ness in 3-world as only 3-ness is specified in 3-world?) entity; that is into a generalisation!

Will that work?


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