From: Case (Case@iSpots.com)
Date: Sun Dec 04 2005 - 19:47:39 GMT
I say: some order in general disorder.
We have to date overly ignored the disorder, but some order remains.
I am saying that order is not separate from disorder; order is a subset of
disorder. I have objected strenuously to Paul's formulation of the MoQ as
composed of only DQ and SQ. But if I thought this is where he was heading, I
would be much more willing to jump on board. But this would require
identifying DQ with Chaos and SQ with order.
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