Re: [-empyre-] riddle and enigma

On Tue, 11 Nov 2003, Jim Andrews wrote:

> wouldn't it be interesting if the mechanisms of our perception and
> meaning-construction use a type of language that is fundamentally richer
> than 'natural language'? if this is possible. intuition says it isn't but
> there's the countably infinite and the uncountably infinite, the 'rational'
> and the 'irrational' (and beyond both) and whoda thunk it? So that we could
> aspire to 'speak the body electric'.

There's also non-standard analysis with real infinitesimals of course -

But I can't imagine what "fundamentally richer" would imply -


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