Re: Thoughts and Perceptions

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    Dear Wade,

    > > That fact would not have occurred
    > > without the idea.
    > No. The fact was there all along. The fact that no-one achieved escape
    > velocity might have been dependent upon some idea of escape velocity

    That is the fact that I was referring to.

    But, anyway, in another post we have agreed that there are factual
    concepts. And the dictionary entry you quoted says that we can call them
    facts, by meaning #5.

    Let's disagree about something we really disagree about. ;-)



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