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on Apr 20th 2000, 04:51:10, Field Marshall Stack wrote the following about


The nominalist position is that names and that which they name have no innate connection – that the universe is itself nameless, and that names only exist as interpreted by sentient observers.
Perhaps the »nameless forest« section of Lewis Carroll's »Through the Looking Glass« serves as a decent demonstration of the nominalist principle.

Modern logicians have largely adopted the nominalist position.

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