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Messrs. K. C. G. Orwell and Haynes Stamper


To what degree and under what conditions is a hermenutical practice equivalent to another hermeneutical practice? To understand the problem more fully, we call the python interpreter.

We begin by creating randomness.

But from of this randomness, we seek some degree of certainty about the problem. We load various arrays with quantifiers, conditional adverbs, and nouns:

In order to pose the question properly, we create a function that chooses terms from each of the arrays. This has the effect of creating a sentence nowhere explitly instantiated in the program, but nonetheless imminent in its logic.

Our beliefs are perhaps implicit in the anagrammatic formation of our variables.

And yet we still find ourselves asking:

And here it is:

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