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Paul Does Not Argue With The Interpretation

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Posted by Paul R. Martin on June 1, 2003 00:07:44 UTC

Hi Harv,

I frequently ask Dick about the interpretation of different aspects of his work but I never argue with him about that. What I argue with him about is the classification of his result. I think it should be classified as a theorem of mathematics and Dick is not convinced of that. It's not that he disagrees with that classification, but simply that he has never thought of it that way and is not used to the process of adding theorems to the body of mathematics. Of course I am not used to that either, but that does not stop me from expressing my opinion and "arguing".

Warm regards,


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