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For all these abstract qualities . . can be seen as various habits of punctuating the stream of experience so that it takes on one or another sort of coherence and sense, (p. 163) F U N D A M E N T A L S OF EPISTEMOLOGY / 25 This idea, identified as "the punctuation of the sequence of event by Watzlawick, Beavin, and Jackson (1967, p. 54), is analogous to Spencer-Brown's concept of indication. , "this," "I," "us"). As Goguen and Varela (1979) note, "It is the very purpose of the distinction to create this indication" (p.
After training, the circle and ellipse are gradually m a d e to resemble one another, making the task m o r e difficult for the dog. Finally, w h e n it is impossible to m a k e a discrimination, the dog begins to manifest psychotic symptoms ranging from manic biting to comatose behavior. " A n d the answer to this question would seem to be: T h e dog has learned that this is a context for discrimination. That is, he "should" look for two stimuli and "should" look for the possibility of acting on a difference between them.
Russell argued that specifying the logical level of a term, concept, or expression prevented it from being self-referential. In this way, the original use of logical typing was to prohibit expressions from oscillating between different logical levels. In the case of a book and its pages, this is natural: A page typically isn't viewed as a book nor a book as a page. T h e Cretan's utterance. 30 / FUNDAMENTALS OF EPISTEMOLOGY however, can be seen as either a frame or item of reference. Atte to avoid this self-reference imply that an observer must stipulate where on the hierarchy of logical levels he is observing the statement.