Date: Tue May 13 1997 - 00:22:36 EDT
On Mon, 12 May 1997 12:19:40 +0000 Clayton Bartholomew writes:
>> A lexical form has no meaning without a context. The lexical form is a
a domain (paradigm) of possible meanings. Until the lexical form appears
in a context, it is an uninstantiated variable, and it receives it's
instantiation from contextual information. Outside of the the context the
lexical form is only a key and is semantically empty.
That's what I should have told the officer when I ran that stop sign.
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