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Posted by Harvey on July 26, 2001 17:21:28 UTC


I haven't seen Dick really give a philosophical account of his work. He assumes the interpretation of his work is evident from the math, but this is where he errs. Wouldn't agree that math - of itself - by itself - is nothing but math? So, where does the interpretation arise? This comes from his particular interpretation which he has yet to sufficiently explain. I hope he would do so, but I believe he thinks there is no interpretation beyond the math. He's even asked me 'what interpretation?'. He simply doesn't 'see' it.

Warm regards, Harv

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