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fancu (was: Anything but tautologies)

On Sun, 17 Feb 2002, Jorge Llambias wrote:

> ><I take it you mean {lo'i numcu}. {lo'e numcu}, the archetype number,
> >is perfectly fine in my preferred way.>
> >
> >Not obviously. It seems to say only that the typical number (but not
> >others) is mapped, or that numbers are typically, but perhaps not always,
> >mapped. Very inexact.
> I don't take {lo'e} to be just the typical. I've told you this
> so many times already that I don't know what's the use of saying
> it again. To me {fy fancu lo'e namcu lo'e namcu} means "F maps
> numbers to numbers".

What is "numbers" other than loi [ro] namcu?

The tao that can be tar(1)ed
is not the entire Tao.
The path that can be specified
is not the Full Path.