Friday, May 1, 2009

Principle of Identity

If X is ever-changing,
When is X self-identical?

(a) Only at rest, and a Here-Now point;
(b) Never;
(c) Always;
(d) All of the Above...

In the Present Moment,
Nothing can be compared to itself.

G.Hall (2003)
p. 232
FOURTH INTERNATIONAL ANTHOLOGY
ON PARADOXISM

FLORENTIN SMARANDACHE
(editor)

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