Re: on formally indescribable merde

From: Scott D. Yelich <>
Date: Sun, 11 Mar 2001 20:25:30 -0700 (MST)

On Fri, 9 Mar 2001, James Higgo wrote:
> Of course, 'your' current OM, which includes reading this email, is
> unrelated to 'my current' OM. But since all OMs exist I can be sure that
> there will be an OM which includs 'I am Bruno and I am reading this merde'.

You are James.
Bruno is Bruno.

Why is James locked into the James OMs and Bruno locked into the Bruno

Why don't James OMs become Bruno OMs?

You can say they do, somewhere... but that somewhere is not here. That
somewhere is the same somewhere where James will try to explain to me
why time doesn't exist -- but that somewhere is not here, therefore,
doesn't that provide for a definition of "I" ?

James -- can there be difference without time? What I mean
is, as soon as there is difference, doesn't that demand
that time exist as well?

Received on Sun Mar 11 2001 - 19:38:01 PST

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