From: Brian M. Scott
> From: "Brian M. Scott" <BMScott@...>Then I'm not likely to give your opinion about such matters
>>> Where definition #1 and definition #2 contradict each
>> They don't. The second is a natural extension of the first,
>> so natural that in particular instances it can be rather
>> hard to draw the line between them: 'take as an axiom' >
>> 'assume for the sake of argument' > 'suggest as a possible
>> basis/explanation for something'.
> It may be hard for you to draw the line but it is not for
> They are contradictory, in my opinion.
> What is "normal" today with America's sabotagedOr your opinion of the world's educational systems.
> educational system is not normal for sane people in the
> rest of the uninfected world.
> I am well aware of sloppy usage int his word and in manyNo doubt you'll soon be telling us that the only proper
> In all this, you never once thought to ask Ray what heOf course not: his was a perfectly normal, acceptable usage,
> intended by 'posit', did you?