|From:||Marcelino Sente <zaratruta@xxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Fri, 25 May 2012 16:24:51 -0300|
The proposition "I have five fingers in each hand" and the proposition "I don't have six fingers in each hand" are both about the same (and unique) fact? This is a correct interpretation?|
Or would be the case that each distinct thought (a mental state) resultant of the experience of the world, is a distinct fact? In this sense, seems that we have two facts in this situation.
Or would be the case that a fact is a linguistic construction? Here, seems also that we have two facts in this situation.
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