> > No, I don't. I certainly don't assume it absolute in Nam Nguyen's > sense. Clearly no truths are absolute in that sense. > > What I said was true relative to the semantics I was actually using. It > clearly would not be true relative to any conceivable semantics. This > is trivial. > > I think people who talk about absolute truth usually mean something > different to what Nam Nguyen thinks it means, and I make no comment > about whether absolute truth exists in on of these senses or whether > what I said was absolutely true in one of these senses. I merely claim > that it was true.
Let me do an IOU on this one; my schedule won't permit me to post anything for the next few days. But I'll respond in a little bit more comprehensive way.