The Believed-In (audio only)
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That as all parts of it
agree in their low resistence to flow,
so should it be agreed to call it water.
To say of water that if floods both
forward and back through places
difficult to place demands that the ensouled
themselves make plates for their parts of speech,
the predicates arrayed in
front of or behind the stated subject—
water, in the case at hand. Water
attains to its names because it shows as one thing
speech is about.
It shows as water.
To say no
more than that about however broad a sea is