12

OverviewTranscribeVersions

Facsimile

Transcription

0262

10

rains then a pear is ripe I must put on
the blackboard this:

(letter??)

I draw the two ovals which I call a scroll in blue because I do not
want you to m to regard them as ordinary lines. I
want you to join me in making believe that they are
cuts through the surface, and that inside the
outer one the surface skin of the board has
been stripped off disclosing another surface
below. This I call the area bottom or area. Therefore
“It rains” is not scribed on the blackboard
or, as I say, is not scribed on the sheet of
assertion. For what is scribed on that
sheet is asserted to be true of the universe

Page Notes

Nobody has written a note for this page yet

Please sign in to write a note for this page