Fw: [quickphilosophy] Re: An Anscombe Error Regarding Negation?

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  • Date: Thu, 5 Aug 2010 17:35:34 -0700 (PDT)


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Subject: [quickphilosophy] Re: An Anscombe Error Regarding Negation?

  
Do you think not? W gives the example of a musical score picturing a the sounds 
of a symphony.  Well, scores use the 8va sign to indicate that everything is to 
be played an octave up or down and use rests to indicate that no sounds should 
be made.  Why not a circle with a diagonal across a picture of a red chair?

W

--- In quickphilosophy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Martin Brampton <martin.lists@...> 
wrote:
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> Surely if you do that, it is no longer a "picture" in the same sense?


      

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