if at math.bu.edu
Thu Nov 15 08:12:16 EST 2012
The point and connection is that the fraction TA- of TAKLIYT=TA-KL-
IYT is, in my opinion, a personal pronoun (an identity marker) and it
does not matter if it is for a "first" person, or a "second" person,
or a "third" person, or for what not, as long as we know to whom it
identifies ––– here the thing itself.
Isaac Fried, Boston University
On Nov 14, 2012, at 11:24 PM, Nir cohen - Prof. Mat. wrote:
> 7. the entire discussion (if HU is a pronoun or a verb) has gone a
> long way
> from isaac's original (and absurd) argument, (which i forgot
> already), on the
> initial and final T in TAKLYT. i hardly see any connection between
> the two issues.
> nir cohen
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