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Posted by Harvey on July 3, 2001 21:26:21 UTC

Dick,

I can understand why Alex and others may think we are playing word games, but hopefully this is getting somewhere. At least I'm understanding why we haven't been able to fully communicate in the past.

Here's more True and False questions:

“I (CS) think I (CS) am correct” says nothing new (i.e., new information is not presented in the statement).

“I (CS) think I (CS) am incorrect about P and Q” is a SC judgement subject to doubt.

“I (CS) think I (CS) am spider man” says nothing new (i.e., new information is not presented in the statement).

“I (CS) think I (CS) am the Flash ” says nothing new (i.e., new information is not presented in the statement).

The statement that “any particular non-tautological statement of reality is no more correct (or approximately correct) than any other non-tautological statement” is an SC statement.

The statement that “tautological statements are unique because they are simple enough that the CS can comprehend them the moment they are presented to the CS if presented one step at a time” is an SC statement.

Warm regards, Harv

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