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>Subject: Re: Thoughts and Perceptions
>Date: Thu, 18 Apr 2002 22:45:52 -0400
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> > From: "Grant Callaghan" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > Date: Thu, 18 Apr 2002 08:08:12 -0700
> > What actually happened was fact at every stage of the experiment. The
> > concept just guided the experiment. What was reported about the
> > was also fact to the extent that it accurately reflected what happened.
> > reported facts were memetic but the experiment itself was not. The word
> > fact is being used here to talk about two different things: both the
> > experiment and the report about the experiment. Both usagees are common
> > one does not preclude the other. What the word "fact" means is the same
> > with any other word: it depends on what it is being used to mean.
> > Grant ;)
>Ugh... can not... resist.... must resist.... ugh...
>"For they act on the fact that they had hack way back when they lack
>the fact they now have in their sack. ..."
>Ugh... sorry. it just fell out... I'll pick it up on the way out...
>Ned Wolpert <email@example.com> 4e75
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I see that's got quote marks around it. Who was the poet who didn't know
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