at1with0 wrote:Nothing can really be defined.
What is a true definition?
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at1with0 wrote:Nothing can really be defined.
What is a true definition?
at1with0 wrote:You can't really learn the truth. You can learn how to describe it though.
Or, not since I'm full of a load.
khanster wrote:The geometric basis for the nomological relations is an important factor in the isomorphism between physical reality and abstract reality. Topological spaces always contain non-empty sets of individuals i.e. points. all sets within the toe are networked in a topological hierarchy. Descriptive incusion becomes isomorphic with topological inclusion.