Another philosophy arises from the C pointer concept where we could
state that x and y are both pointers to the same object, however you
would have to restate the rule below to correctly note that it is the
object that x and y refer to that is the same, not x and y themselves. (01)
Duane Nickull wrote: (04)
> Chris Menzel wrote:
>> ID: if x = y, then anything true of x is true of y.
> Disagree. Most things may be the same but it is still instance y as
> opposed to instance x, therefore his axiom has a logic error. They
> are still two different things. It may be better to state:
> if x = y, then x is y and both should be called x.
> Also - an important consideration of context is perceiver. To you and
> I, a coffee table is a solid item, to a neutrino, it is a lot of open
> space interspersed with a few bits of solid matter (even that is now
> up for debate - Holographic Universe; Michael Talbot, ISBN 0060922583).
> Perception is everything in context. Who is the experiencer?
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