[r-t] What's the meaning of a method havingaparticularfalsecoursehead

Richard Smith richard at ex-parrot.com
Mon Apr 25 11:06:50 UTC 2005

Fielding Ian wrote:

> But the grouping of the False courseheads refers to INTERNAL falseness.

Not necessarily.  They can refer to any sort of falseness,
whether internal or external.

To me it is the somewhat arbitrary division of falseness
into internal and external falseness and the assertion that
the falseness group symbols only apply to internal falseness
that is inconsistent.  Falseness as a whole is the more
primitive concept -- surely the falseness group symbols
should apply to the general concept rather than just to
internal falseness?


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