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Response 12 (to Beamish, C28)

 

SUBJECT-INCLUSIVE  RELATIVITY  WITHIN  EXPERIENCE
by Herbert FJ Müller
4 May 2008, posted 10 May 2008

 

[1]
It appears that we agree on an important point :  the difference between measured and absolute values for the speed of light.  As you say <4>, the absolute value is the average of the measurements.

 

[2]
Another question is less clear.  You seem to insist that MIR is knowable, for instance a fixed position in space without subject(s) <5>, or objects <11>, while it has been accepted since Plato that one cannot know metaphysical entities.  If you want to defend this position, please explain how you can know something that is not in your mind.

 

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Herbert FJ Müller
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