From: vroummmm <vroummmm@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 14 Mar 2001 04:54:04 +0100
4) On using D/G's vocabulary: Once again, pragmatics-- if a word, phrase,
concept, etc, works for you and you can make it work for you. Then fine. Do
so. If not, steal someone else's, or better yet, invent your own (like D/G).
and like to this one, because of you can work, it can work for you, a work can
work for you, and that's /*/, ditto: if this then doesn't work, just make it
work for you: don't you think Clifford that you reversed the Pragmatics????
because it is more of a question of finding something which can work for you r
work. If you cannot find something which workss for you, then you have to stop
working, and wait. it will surely come someday, something working for a work
that otherwise you could not imagine. that's the Birth of Philosophy I
beleive: the activity to find which will trigger your imagination, so that you
can stay waiting for new things working for you.