I have no idea where it came from, but I believe that A will always be A at the same point in time and space. But of course, A cannot remain A once time effects it, since by it's very nature time = change, if in no other properties other then the passage of time itself.
E-gads, why did a Cro-Mag like me think he should respond to this post? Thank goodness
I think it has something to do with identity, and dates back to Aristotle. Do I believe it, that depends, since matter cannot be created or destroyed only changed in form then a tree could also be a telephone pole. However, the Law of Identity makes no room for definition vs function so which do we identified by definition or function. Gezz I am getting a headache from thinking to much.
Read any good books of late?
No time huh?? Too busy???
Where do you find the time to ride?
All those ladies...........
All those notes ya taking...
We expext to here nothing short of glowing reports about you, you know!!!!!
hugs and kisses.... Ragosa