Re: MD Lila's Child

From: Platt Holden (
Date: Tue Aug 12 2003 - 19:53:06 BST

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    Hi Squonk:

    > squonk: The intellectual pattern that claimed to be able to represent
    > artes is reason. Reason is not based upon subjects and objects, but on
    > the intellectual aesthetic of the geometric method of inference. Such
    > truth was felt to be super sensible like Gods. Later, it was felt to be
    > the form/matter behind biological, social and intellectual patterns.

    Please explain "intellectual aesthetic of the geometric method of
    inference." If you can, please include some down to earth, plain
    English examples. Are you talking about good old Aristotelian logic,
    or something else?


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