RE: virus: Re: Social Metaphysics

Tadeusz Niwinski (
Sun, 28 Sep 1997 23:32:23 -0700

David McF wrote:
>>> Are true isosemantic statements about objective reality
>>non-contradictory? Yes or no?
>>Yes. True isosemantic statements about anything are, by definition,
>>non-contradictory. And that tells you nothing about reality.
>It is possible that true isosemantic statements could be contradictory
>if objective reality was in fact derived from the mental, e.g. if the
>world is a reflection of the mind of God, or if objective reality is
>socially-constructed, e.g. the world is brought into existence by
>conscious observers, and does not exist otherwise.
>I believe my conjecture to be falsifiable, so it cannot be a tautology.

David, I am impressed, this is one of the most brilliant responses I have
ever read on the Virus list. Does it mean we can start talking about truth
without apologizing for using the word?

>Wow, progress! Are there any dissenters, or can we start exploring the
>weird and wonderful territory entailed by the aforementioned conjecture?

Yes, please go on. Did you just say that A=A in objective reality?

Regards, Tadeusz (Tad) Niwinski from planet TeTa (604) 985-4159