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Re: The answer is zero
|Posted By: Allen Lambert on March 17, 2011|
|Perhaps Fedako is too generous. “Zero” is a real number, implying a zero quantity of some actual thing. On the other hand, the concept of “none” or “nothing” might better characterize both the category and its possible value. |
Consider two other paragraphs in support of Fedako's proposition:
“Exopedagogy escapes measure and all quantitative disciplinary forms associated with prefixed norms ...."
“Such trans-dimensional zone is permeated by one unifying force, love, that would have confirmed ... the uncanny otherness of the self ...."
This is the kind of stuff which gives philosophy a bad name.