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RE: [GTh] The Square of Opposition

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  • Rick Hubbard
    [Tom Saunders Wrote:] in part “If you want to check a concept for truth and logic, against the powers of Aphorist, Sophic, Scinetist, Truth and Logic, put
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      [Tom Saunders Wrote:] in part

      �If you want to check a concept for truth and logic, against the
      powers of Aphorist, Sophic, Scinetist, Truth and Logic, put any of the
      catagories in the middle. That is part of the idea. It is to show the
      reflective value of the paradigm, and can bring the aspect of dualism, out
      of the linear perspective. But this model can only be constructed if you
      first use truth and logic together in the "X-box." Then you can follow
      the polarity in the geometric model to expand it to the Truth, Logic,
      Sophic, Aphorist, Scientist.�

      [Mike Grondin Wrote:] in part

      �These are only a few of the questions that indicate that this is almost
      wholly obscurantist nonsense resulting from what is obviously an utter
      failure to think clearly.�

      These days I seem to have barely enough time to read the communiqu�s sent to
      this list, much less to be able to enter into any of the discussions.
      Nevertheless, I�m compelled to agree in the strongest possible way with Mike
      �s remarks about the utter gibberish that has recently emanated from Tom.

      Not only is Tom�s writing mostly incomprehensible, it does virtually nothing
      to stimulate lucid and cogent discussions about the Gospel of Thomas within
      the context of reasonably competent and conscientious scholarship.

      There has been a long and conspicuous absence of correspondence to the list
      from responsible commentators. This is, it seems to me, not surprising given
      Tom�s frequent and persistent ramblings about topics that are irrelevant at
      best, and just plain incoherent at worst.

      I suggest that enough is enough, Tom.

      Rick Hubbard
      Humble Maine Woodsman
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