Re: compound propositions

From: paul c <>
Date: Fri, 19 Mar 2010 01:14:51 GMT
Message-ID: <feAon.68495$Db2.7479_at_edtnps83>

Bob Badour wrote:

> paul c wrote:

>> Bob Badour wrote:
>>> paul c wrote:
>> ...
>>>> Which sections or portions refer to 'internal' for example?
>>> All the terms I mentioned are fundamental. If I recall correctly,
>>> they are all defined in 2382-01. Information and data are the first 2
>>> definitions as I recall.
>>> ...
>> Alright I'll break what I said about no more comments today and my
>> rule about not posting after I've opened the cheap plonk - another of
>> your points seems to be that precision is required in order to
>> recognize what still needs to be defined, eg., 'what is outside of the
>> box' as you put it. But beyond some point or other (I suspect and
>> hope you will elucidate just where one of those points is) I don't
>> think pedagogy helps much in such a realm (as I suggested it those are
>> mostly unfamiliar to me but they involve one of the few contexts to do
>> with database that intrigue me).
> I am not sure what you are asking. I agree one cannot teach genius, if 
> that's what you are getting at. Education is necessary not sufficient.

Sorry for the drunken typo'. I meant pedantry. Received on Fri Mar 19 2010 - 02:14:51 CET

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