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Discussion of "jo'e"

Comment #1: mekso
Curtis W Franks (Wed Dec 24 14:17:46 2014)

Are all connectives (logical or otherwise) mekso operators grammatically
speaking?

Comment #2: Re: mekso
Curtis W Franks (Wed Dec 24 15:33:44 2014)

krtisfranks wrote:
> Are all connectives (logical or otherwise) mekso operators grammatically
> speaking?

If so, in a mathematical context, should at least some of these words
(such as jo'e) be operators of arbitrary arity (like su'i), which
seems fairly natural but which definitely conflicts with the current
binary definition (but note that this definition does not explicitly apply
to mekso constructs).

Comment #3: Re: mekso
Curtis W Franks (Wed Dec 24 15:33:44 2014)

krtisfranks wrote:
> Are all connectives (logical or otherwise) mekso operators grammatically
> speaking?

If so, in a mathematical context, should at least some of these words
(such as jo'e) be operators of arbitrary arity (like su'i), which
seems fairly natural but which definitely conflicts with the current
binary definition (but note that this definition does not explicitly apply
to mekso constructs).

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