re:Re: All feedback appreciated - An introduction to Algebraic Physics

From: Marchal Bruno <>
Date: Mon, 12 May 2008 17:58:18 +0200 (CEST)

JamesTauber wrote:

>1) the problem is theirs not ours
>2) it is their problem not our problem

So, if I understand well, our problems are ours, and their problems are theirs. Thanks for the teaching: I didn't dare to put a "s" on "their", up to now, especially after a plural (but only contingently so if I can say).

Semantically, I'm afraid theirs problems can be ours too, and our problems can be theirs too, by the Shit Spreading Principle ... or by the unicity of the first person ...

Am I grammactically correct?
Am I semantically correct?
Am I politically correct?
Am I self-referentially correct?


>(who happened to do his undergrad linguistics degree where Russell did
>his undergrad physics/maths)

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