Re: virus: The One or the Many? (was: META)

Marie Foster (
Thu, 30 Oct 1997 10:46:04 -0800

David McFadzean wrote:
> At 09:21 AM 10/30/97 -0800, Marie Foster wrote:
> >separate things. They contradict each other frequently yet we seem to
> >be able to accept them as both true.
> One of the results of a recent discussion on this list is that
> true things don't contradict each other. What were you thinking
> of when you say they frequently do?
> --

I may have even participated in that thread. (Pause for a few deep

When I was a child many very well thought of people really thought that
the brain and the body were separate. I thought this was pretty funny.
I used to see everyone as a body with a head on top and a gap of air
somewhere in the middle of the neck... I was rather taken with the idea
that I might be able to remove my head from my body.

Don't we think differently now? Our concept of contradiction is what is
faulty or incomplete. You are correct. Things that are true are not

What is true?