Rol, replying to Michael McMaster offered, wrt SETS
>So, even though they don't exist, they appear to exist
I would offer
So, even though they don't exist, they do to exist
Any society/ religion/ culture that has ever been has, I assert, existed
around its own framework of SETs which both enabled and limited it.
The conversation on SETs began out of an enquiry into whether a set of
SETs [sorry] relevant to today could be written and if so by who.
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