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2/20/05 8:42 PM
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Can the absolute exist without the relative?
2/20/05 9:41 PM
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Can the convex live without the concavous?
2/22/05 2:22 AM
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In a two dimensional world?
2/22/05 7:52 AM
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Two dimensions: ( Is the sign above concavous or convex?
3/25/05 1:45 AM
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There's a quote, I think from Bertrand Russell, that goes, "If everything were relative there would be nothing for any of it to be relative *to*."
3/27/05 1:38 PM
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Carnap had a epistemological theory that uses the relative but not the absolute. There are no things, only the relationships between them.
3/30/05 1:33 PM
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