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methods of resolving mismatches between place structures and number of overt sumti


> The notion that zihoed places are more algorithmically defined than zohed ones is just false. It's true that zo'e appeals to the shared context, but zi'o appeals to metaphysics that may or may not be shared. Interpreting be zi'o directly as a projection (in the sense of relational algebra) doesn't capture it: in that sense, nothing is broda be zi'o except what is broda.
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> mi'e djan

{lo'i broda be zi'o} is a superset, not a subset, of {lo'i broda}.
For example,
{lo se cmima be zi'o}, a "bemembered thing" but without the place for the
members, can be things (one thing actually) without any members,
whereas {lo se cmima} can't. {broda} could be a projection of {broda be zi'o},
not the other way around.

mu'o mi'e xorxes

 


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