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Author Topic:   Semiotic argument for ID
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Message 27 of 223 (701315)
06-16-2013 5:14 PM

Semiosis requires mind, in fact it is the basis of mind.

Here's the deal: both these can't be true.

Examine these examples

"Water requires oxygen; in fact it is the basis of oxygen"

"Hydrogen requires water; in fact it is the basis of water"

only a1 and b2 are true, not otherwise.

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