Re: [-empyre-] potential of code..
Could you explain what you mean by "carry" -
What is a set of structures?
How can a set "carry logic"?
Etc. - confused here.
On Wed, 12 Nov 2003, Henry Warwick wrote:
> --- Yvonne Martinsson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Every structure carries the logic of absence, the
> > void; matter -
> > anti-matter, you know the drill.
> The above is self refuting.
> Set Theory.
> set of all structures
> (set of structures that carry logic)
> (set of structures that don't carry logic)
> (set of structures who's carrying capacity is
> Therefore there are some structures that may or may
> not carry logic. Per: Entia non sunt multiplicanda
> praeter necessitatem, one should not assume that the
> set of structures of unknown capacity is an empty set,
> any more than one should assume that the set of
> structures that don't carry logic has any members.
> So, no, not every structure carries the logic of
> absence, or void, or antimatter or anything, really,
> as it may be a structure from a set of structures
> who's logical carrying ability is either absent or
> unknown or unknowable.
> Hence, it is unreasonable to assume that all
> structures carry any given logic.
> I would also go further: Since logical statements are
> a tiny subset of all possible statements, it is
> actually much more likely that there are many more
> structures that are completely useless and meaningless
> than there are structures that can carry a given
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