What is with the ordering attitude?Age wrote: ↑Sat Oct 19, 2019 8:32 am
Also, you order me to define some things, and thus show an expectation of me to do define things, YET I asked you how do you define one word, and you have NOT done it. Some might see this as being very contradictory behavior from you.
'completely', having all parts or elements, lacking nothing.
'or', introducing a synonym of a preceding word.
'entirely', reached wholly.
'to', toward a point or a position.
'the', used to mark the noun.
'absolute', free from restriction or limitation.
'extent', the degree to some thing's furthermost point.
Now define all these words, the prior words are defined of.
Also, what has defining these words exactly got to do with how you BELIEVE 'time' is an actual thing, which exists?
You will see.
I KNOW you never said this. This is COMPLETELY OBVIOUS. It is, by the way, also NOT an assumption at all, to me anyway, nor an assumption made by me. It is a KNOWING, which is OBVIOUSLY NOT an ASSUMPTION at all.
Good, then you can make your position clearer and define the above...but also show the sources
"Or" also means "use as a function word to indicate an alternative", "an equivalent or substitutive character of two or more words" (merriam webster) as well as a variety of other meanings.
Again, what is with the ordering?
I have ALREADY defined them.
No you haven't...see the "or" example abovd.
Also, you NEVER used the words thus NEVER said, "define them" at all. This is just another example of another WRONG assumption, which you have made.
Define how you know this.
What you did say was, "And how do you define each word of "completely or entirely; to the absolute extent"?" This is clearly evidenced and proved and thus NOT an assumption at all. It is just some thing else that I ALREADY KNEW.
Define "completely" and "entirely"...you are making assumptions.
By the way, how is me defining these words in connection to the fact that there is NO such thing as 'time' other than that 'time' is just a word made up and used word by 'you', human beings, to describe when you are taking measurements of apparent differences to 'you', human beings?
Define, human being....you are assuming the people here are even human.