Re: virus: Quotes

Peter =?iso-8859-1?Q?=D6kner?= (
Sat, 26 Oct 1996 21:42:01 +0200

KMO wrote:
>Don't sweat it. I'm about to do likewise, and I'm not even going to
>provide any analysis. (...)

Not even when you are being contradictory to yourself? Or am I missing
Kuhn's cool and I liked the modell of usefull maps, but than this;


>(...) if the statement "All truth is relative" is
>objectively true, it's objectively false.(...)

Are you starting up the merry dance of Russels Paradox again - that of a
statement about sets of sub-sets that does not include itself - or are you
testing us, or what? Curioser and curioser!

Here's a simular kind of nonsence found in the Wired debate on memes:

>Beware of MEMEs
> charles francis (ceph) on Tue, 22 Oct 96 09:02 PDT
> It seems that a MEME is a self-reflexive
> creature, a la Hofstadter's "Godel, Escher and
> Bach", and as such it puts one on the slippery
> slope of circular thinking.

Well, cant wait.

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