From: Paul S. Dixon (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Feb 08 1998 - 10:54:59 EST
On Sun, 08 Feb 1998 06:26:30 -0500 Jonathan Robie <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>At 11:43 PM 2/7/98 EST, Paul S. Dixon wrote:
>>Secondly, you seem to think that the translation "God" implies
>>definiteness. It does not, not any more than the anarthrous SARX
>>translated "flesh" in 1:14 implies definiteness.
>Actually, I agree with you completely on this point.
>>I defined a qualitative noun as one whose leading nuance (without
>>into whether a noun can have two or more nuances) is qualitativeness.
>>That qualitativeness is determined from the context (how's that for a
>A well-defined text would require two independent observers to agree
>based on clear criteria. "Determined from the context" doesn't really
>this criterion, and in our earlier discussions on this, different
>do seem to disagree as to whether the leading nuance of a noun is
>qualitative in many examples.
Actually, Jonathan, I had originally added a smiley (you know, :)), but
thought it too cute and the intent of the message too obvious, so
deleted it. Probably should not have deleted it. So, a little late,
but, hey, better late than never.
P.S. In case it is still not clear, I agree with you.
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