|From:||FERENC KOVACS <f.kovacs@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Fri, 11 Dec 2009 18:43:06 +0000 (GMT)|
Thank you very much again for the clarification
I seem to have even more questions now.
The terms 'form' and 'content' are informal terms, which can be made precise only within a formalism of some kind.
What is formalism?
Why call a verbal string/cluster a linear pattern?
What is a triad?
A concept? An object?
What do you mean by beginning? A boundary in space or time?
It does not consider anything beyond what you see immediately in front of you. Content is second, which addresses the relations between that pattern and whatever subject
What is content?
A part of a triad?
What does it mean “addresses”?
What realtions exist between a patternand subject matter?
What is subject matter?
The third is the purpose or the pragmatics of why you are making that statement and what goals you hope toachieve by means of it.
What is pragmatics? The purpose of making a statement? How do you formulate such an entity?
What is a statement? A proposition?
What is a logical operator? An object? A relation? A property?
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