cuadrivalent verb (E)
|From:||David Fernandez-Nieto <yulerippo@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, October 16, 2008, 9:23|
"Eugene Oh" un.doing@GMAIL.COM ]
> when you say "i sell you a book for $10" = "i give you a book and you give
> me $10", y think that that AND is special. "and you, because of reciprocity,
> give me..."
> i propose "e" /i:/ as that special AND.
perhaps E is out of the topic "quadrivalent verb". E is a resource to define "sell" or "buy".
when i read "i give you a book and you give me $10", the relationship between "i
give you a book" and "you give me $10" doesn't seem to be essential, but
casual. is significative the order of the two parts "betweening" AND ? E is an
essential AND. never mind the order, and the two parts that between E are not
two, but one only thing.