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Sig logic explained.

Allaria (547479) writes | more than 11 years ago

User Journal 2

a==who b==what c==Earth

"Think of it this way. Would you agree that the world has both whos and whats in it?"
"That's pretty obvious."
"And would you also agree that a who is greater than a what?"
"What do you mean?"
"For one thing, a what can make a what, and a who can make a what, but only a who can make a who."
"That seems true."
"Now put those two points together. If only a who can make a who, and the world includes whos, then only a who could make the wo

a==who b==what c==Earth

"Think of it this way. Would you agree that the world has both whos and whats in it?"
"That's pretty obvious."
"And would you also agree that a who is greater than a what?"
"What do you mean?"
"For one thing, a what can make a what, and a who can make a what, but only a who can make a who."
"That seems true."
"Now put those two points together. If only a who can make a who, and the world includes whos, then only a who could make the world."

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thank you (1)

pjgeer (106721) | more than 11 years ago | (#4707982)

well worth reading.

Re:thank you (1)

Allaria (547479) | more than 11 years ago | (#4723966)

Very much welcome :)
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