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Composition, bullet notation and the general role of categories
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Thank you very much for these last posts. Only now it is starting to make sense and only now I can begin to appreciate version of the analogy you were proposing (in the light on the Jabotinsky connection of my last thread). One day I'll give you a worthy reply on this.

The answer is yes btw...

Quote:The second analogy comes from something you're saying about superfunctions. Which I think might help. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think it might be what you are driving at

Yes... I was years ahead of myself and now you are able to read perfectly what I was driving at (mostly unconsciously) because you were already there.

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RE: Composition, bullet notation and the general role of categories - by MphLee - 05/19/2021, 12:25 AM

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