1.

i. Existence is difference.

ii. The limit of difference is God.






2.

i. Words are not labels.

ii. “Words are deeds.”






3.

i. Points are worlds.

ii. In perfect spaces, heuristic to epistemic, any change is
every world.






4.

i. Eden:
Each point is unique, and the center of things.

ii. Our world epistemically, in tautology, that 2 ≠ 1:
Each point is unique, and the center of things.






5.

We exist strictly monotonically, non-instrumentally,
epistemically, in irreplaceable dignities.






6.

No moment recurs, no point replaces.






7.

Transcendence maps part to whole.






8.

The terms of address embed mortality.






9.

Only cognition resolves its claims.






10.

Lobotomy, as psychology, does not proxy philosophy.






11.

Solutions are not abandonments.






12.

Epistemic domains obviate heuristic claims.






13.

Philosophy dispels constructive fears.






14.

Rigors attenuate worlds.






15.

Solutions surmount equivocation.






16.

Meaning is a point's circumference.






17.

We only need know all we can.

Words Not Labels








Copyright 2012 Steven H. Friedman.
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Words Not Labels