Re: Logic of Zero

Ian Goddard (
Sat, 26 Sep 1998 23:14:18 -0400

At 12:26 PM 9/27/98 +1200, J. Maxwell Legg wrote:

>Systems need to change and they need to be able to anticipate their own
>future behavior or change and the constructions that permit them to see
>themselves across some stages of change. My gut feeling is that zero
>can't do this.

IAN: Change is defined by its displacement from zero change. If a system anticipates its change, it must use "no change" as a hypothetical point of measure the deviation from which defines a state of change. So zero is implicit in the measurement you speak of.

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