File spoon-archives/marxism2.archive/marxism2_1996/96-07-31.055, message 16

Date: Mon, 15 Jul 1996 11:56:27 -0500 (EST)
Subject: dialectics

To Adam R.:
     So, you do not think that dialectics constitutes
a  "two-state logic"?  Well, just what does the "di"
in "dialectic" stand for then?  Something tells me
that it is not the Princess of Wales, soon to be no
longer "Her Royal Highness."  Or maybe you think that
the synthesis makes it a three or more state logic?
Barkley Rosser

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