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Sorry Mathpoet, but my internetcafe is being refurnished and stuff like that, so i'm like jailed. I'm working on strange computers now, but i hope tomorrow or the day after everything will be in order. I can't wait to go on with the site. D. G. Neree - User talk 16:25, 31 July 2007 (UTC)
I read D.G.Neree's page and saw that Manticore has previously been spoken to about inapropriately moving pages to wikia central. He has redirected his user page to wikia central as well. what should I do? 01:22, October 19, 2009 (UTC)
I'm not a registered user, I just found this page today. I got spooked by the facebook logon page--I dont want to expose all my facebook friends to unwanted wiki anything. I havnt had time to look over all the posts. Are you an academic or grad student? I am applying for grad school, my app. is late already, so I am in a real rush. My area of interest re paradoxology is not paradoxes per se, but in real world paradox applications, i.e. you deal with theism and math, some idealism versus materialism, while I deal with technology and sustainability.
My initial comment is though, and please correct me if I'm wrong, is that paradox tends to want to be resolved or go into infinite regress. But I think there is a tertium quid. That is, creating a lie in the form of a heuristic. This is the defintion of a model sensu stricto, i.e. defined in strict oppositon to simulation. I think if paradoxology really wants to be an "ology", model philosphy needs to be given equal weight in the discussion. At this point none of the titles listed allude to anything practical, what should I be reading?.
I'd love a comment from you.
Dan126.96.36.199 02:21, February 9, 2011 (UTC)