Diana Manister wrote:
> Ken, if I say "red is a color but so is pink" am I establishing a
> binary relationship or describing difference?
Uh huh, I get it. But if you say, "I'm sorry but I simply see
difference where you see opposition," you are, in your terms,
"establishing a binary relationship." Get it?
> I find that many people think of differences as oppositions, as if
> they can't think beyond duality
To be honest, you're the only person I know who doesn't see that
some differences aren't oppositional and some are. One can reasonably
dispense with neither, ponderous German idealists and fashionable French