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From: "Randall R Schulz" <rschulz@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, March 17, 2009 12:07 PM (01)
> On Tuesday March 17 2009, Richard H. McCullough wrote:
>> I am relying on the "linguistic communities wherein the semantic
>> conventions of English have already been assimilated".
>> I have stated, on my web site, that the meaning of an mKR proposition
>> is defined by the meaning of its English paraphrase.
>> I do not consider many pages of mathematical formulas to be an
>> appropriate definition of meaning in mKR. (02)
> Then we come around again to the inevitable conclusion:
> mKR does not capture meaning at all. It is nothing but a very ugly and
> unnatural kind of human language that uses English lexicography
> interspersed with a bizarre kind of punctuation comprising a mixture of
> real and concocted English words.
> Randall Schulz
Yes, mKR is "a very ugly and unnatural kind of human language"
composed of "Simple English" + "UNIX shell" + explicit "context".
(In my view, it is a "beautiful language".) (04)
>From your statement, I deduce that
English does not capture meaning at all. (05)
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