Re: Order & meaning in a proposition
Date: Wed, 21 Apr 2004 21:55:47 +0100
In message <PAScc.51792$Eo7.33873_at_newssvr16.news.prodigy.com>, Eric Kaun
>> Even if this is the bulk of the information in a proposition,
>> there is more subtle information that might be deemed way too unimportant
>> be captured as data, but is information none-the-less.
>So if it's unimportant, why consider it?
Because you are not omniscient. If you later discover it is NOT unimportant, you can't get it back.
-- Anthony W. Youngman - wol at thewolery dot demon dot co dot uk HEX wondered how much he should tell the Wizards. He felt it would not be a good idea to burden them with too much input. Hex always thought of his reports as Lies-to-People. The Science of Discworld : (c) Terry Pratchett 1999Received on Wed Apr 21 2004 - 22:55:47 CEST