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I think the obvious answer is no. But one could perhaps stretch the definition of language a bit and think of interesting workarounds. We know that writing is a system of conventions that makes material "imprints" of spoken languages. Written language will "die" once it loses any remaining link to spoken languages and the "breath of ...


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I just want to add to Philip Klocking the link I posted wasn't an "It's in there" link. "I highly suggest watching this to broaden your awareness of EARLY simulation theory theories" Yes, it's 2 hours. An extremely valuable 2 hours for anyone genuinely interested in simulation theory, including the philosophy behind it. It's an entire ...


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It might help to provide some background here. This discussion is part of an attempt to give an account of the meaning of conditional expressions, particularly those where the antecedent might or might not be true. Stalnaker proposed back in the 1960s that uncertain conditionals should be understood as statements of conditional probability. I.e., the ...


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