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Posted by Harvey on April 24, 2003 18:16:58 UTC


***The key issue is, do you think all the ways of saying 'four' in my post are true or not? And if you think they are true, what does that mean?***

Let me translate the question again so that you see how I see your question:

+++The key issue is, do you think all the human ways of saying 'Katmandu' in my post are ipsi-duda or not? And if you think they are ipsi-duda, what does that mean?+++

It depends on what you mean by ipsi-duda. If you define ipsi-duda in a manner that also limits the number of ways we can say Katmandu, then of course all the ways you say Katmandu is ipsi-duda according to my way of thinking since we share mostly the same DNA and our evolutionary heritage is to say ipsi-duda under the conditions that if UG is the best hunter, then the best hunter is UG. In other words, if we say UG shall be abstractly represented by 4, then 4 is to say UG in our human way of defining a property of ipsi-duda.


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