On 16 Mrz., 15:42, FredJeffries <fredjeffr...@gmail.com> wrote: > On Mar 16, 3:06 am, WM <mueck...@rz.fh-augsburg.de> wrote: > > > > > A name is a finite sequence of letters that two or more persons have > > agreed upon to be used for a given object. This object may be material > > or immaterial. > > How typically chauvinistic of you.
Why? i did not say it must be an German name. > > So my granddaughter is not naming when she points to a dog and utters > a certain sound which no one can write down but we can mimic.
If at least one other person understands, then she is naming the dog. But material objects need not be named, Showing, pointing etc, is sufficient - contrary to immaterial objects like numbers. > > So Socrates never named anything. > > So most of the human beings who have ever lives never named anything.
You try delibertely to misunderstand. Is that why you have no arguments to defend matheology - that nonsense that you sell as mathematics?