*From*: "Andreas Ramos" <andreas@xxxxxxxxxxx>*To*: <lit-ideas@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>*Date*: Fri, 17 Dec 2004 20:16:57 -0800

> 1. Can a person imagine '2+2=4'? > > 2. Can a person imagine '2+2=5'? Imagine or understand? One could imagine 2+2=4 without understanding it (just as one can imagine many things, without understanding why it works.) Can a person imagine '2+2=5'? Very likely. Especially if the person happens to be the current occupant of the White House. Asides from that, there are many examples in which one can imagine something is true, yet it's logically wrong (for example, most of Christianity). yrs, andreas www.andreas.com ------------------------------------------------------------------ To change your Lit-Ideas settings (subscribe/unsub, vacation on/off, digest on/off), visit www.andreas.com/faq-lit-ideas.html

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