Evident Points, Hidden Points LO25298

From: Judy Tal (judyt@netvision.net.il)
Date: 09/05/00

Replying to LO25283 --

Hi Gevin,

I like what you wrote:

>And all models of the world are only thinking about the universe not the
>universe itself.

Can I take it a small step further:
The universe is not in reach for human consciousness,
Therefore we only THINK about the universe, and unable to KNOW the universe.
So what is the difference between one model or another?
Why should people try to convince other people that their model is "better"?
How can one person say to another person "you don't understand"?
What is the meaning of such a statement (denial) under your quoted remark?

OK, I think I made my point - I was talking about feelings. ;-))
(you see how these true tables feed on feelings?)


Dr. Judy R. Tal
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