On Sat, 1 Dec 2012, Zuhair wrote: > On Dec 1, 1:41 pm, William Elliot <ma...@panix.com> wrote: > > On Fri, 30 Nov 2012, Zuhair wrote:
> > > The following is an account about what sets are, > > > > > Language: FOL + P, Rp > > > P stands for "is part of" > > > > Does P represent "subset of" or "member of"? > Neither. > > P represents "is part of" > review mereology to understand that relation informally. > What is simple jargon, a brief intuitive description of "is a part of".
> > > Rp stands for "represents" > > > > Give an intuitive example or two how you interpreted "represents". > > > Informally representation by representatives is what is meant here. > Like for example: an attorny representing the defendant, or in an > Ambassador representing his country, etc... A representative might be > among the collection it represents like for example in fathers > representing their families or it might not be like the attorny > example above. > > Axioms of this theory further characterise both Part-hood relation and > Represention relation. > > Zuhair >