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July 11, 2006
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…thus, for a verificationist, there are two very different kinds of thought which one can have about an object: those for whcih a one–step verification procedure is appropriate, and those for which a two–step verification procedure is appropriate…
ONE: in the case of demonstrative thoughts, the subject's knowledge of what is in question will consist simply in his diposition to regard certain events, whose occurrence he is immediately in a position to recognise, as decisive of the truth or falsity of the thought.
TWO: On the other hand, when the subject is not in a deciding position vis–a–vis an object, his knowledge of what is in quesiton when he entrentains the thought that a is F will consist partly in his capacity to recognise, when confronted (in a deciding position) with an object, that it is a. Hence a two stage verification procedure will be appropriate: one stage would issue in the judgement 'this is a', and the other stage would issue in the judgement 'this is F.'
CONCLUSION: let me see you one two verification step, i love it when you one two verification step.
meanwhile, life goes on as philosophy pages me
i agree with joni, that while wine leaves me floored in a trailer park, i could drink a case of you
as a sensitive soul, i have been put into a disastrous psychological state by this movie..
i would happily take the hangover back.
no more 18s for me. i may have bought a dvd that i will never finish watching – too many things behind the sofa, and morally compromised characters.
the next dvd i watch shall be a room with a view or something. where is the humanity? that's what i want to know.
phew. to add to the list of things not to do? 1. excessive wine. 2. excessive violence. 3. excessive blo