Ian Goddard wrote:
> IAN: That there is a tangible world is a result
> of the fact that identity is holistic. If atomism
> was somehow true, there would be no tangible world.
> Every thing is what it is only due to relations.
> So holistic identity gives you a tangible world.
So now "identity" means ... interaction? tangibility? reality?
Is there anything that "identity" does not mean? ;)
> For me, a quest into the nature of truth seems much
> more interesting and important than faster cars and
> better mouse traps. To me it seems that seeing such
> things as the end-all measure of value is trivial
> and shallow, but that's what makes me a weirdo.
Well, if you don't mind that everyone thinks you're chasing your tail,
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