Hans: On a sidenote, it seems like we could make an analogy between the Humean attitude of aggressive all-negation to that in… umm.. music, for example.
Gundy: So Hume is the heavy metal of philosophy!
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But Gundy teaches every semester.
Kuwata: so can anyone explain why our EDTA chelate will only hydrolize four ions and not these (indicates possible inner hydrogen ligands) other two? Would you predict they will hydrolize as the titration is put forward or maybe during a back titration?
Yongho: Well probably it’s because of the intramolecular forces, mainly oxide groups put so close together.. and the increase of ionic radius because of hydrolysis… (bunch of inconvex facts) from which we could predict a complete octahedral chelating effect after the second titration point.
Kuwata: Actually, … you make a good point, but at the conclusion you’re completely wrong.
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Yongho: Oh, then they won’t hydrolize!
Folina: I’ll give you a concrete example so you can understand the paradox of material implication more clearly. So, say, televisions do exist. Then, if televisions don’t exist, the moon is made of green cheese!
[Students stare at the whiteboard in the middle of a deadly silence]
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Audun: But doesn’t this antinomical circularity undermine.. on the performative level.. their discourse itself?
Kordela: Yes, postmodernism doesn’t make sense. That’s why it’s all bullshit.
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