Brian D Williams wrote:
> >From: James Rogers <email@example.com>
> >>On 10/4/01 6:58 AM, "Brian D Williams" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >> As anyone who has taken philosophy 101 knows there is no such
> >> thing as objective, man is the measure.
> >Doesn't subjectivity imply the existence of an objective, even if
> >"objective" cannot be observed?
> I should have stated "no such thing as being objective, or
> Objectivity is only something that can be attempted or strived for
> rather than actually achieved, since we are all subjects with
> inherent biases and prejudice.
> This is getting quite Zen like.
So you are saying that since nobody can ever reach light speed, that
light speed does not exist?
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