Re: virus: maxims and ground rules

James Veverka (
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In Re: psypher's latest proposal-

Get rid of the last use of the word "truth' before "statement" and it shines.

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when dealing with > fundamental absolutes, that even if you remove the
> frame of reference, > they either remain absolutes or become
> meaningless or acquire some new > meaning. They do not become
> "suppositions".

All statements of truth are embedded in a particular frame of reference.
Alteration of the frame of reference imposes change on the meaning of the truth statement.

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