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Theo Honohan

Note also similarity to this principle articulated by Rudolf Carnap in 1956:
"Let us be cautious in making assertions and critical in examining them, but tolerant in permitting linguistic forms"

Nick Gall

Theo, Wow! Thanks so much for making that connection between Postel and Carnap! I had no idea. I'm going to add it to my list of favorite quotes.

Paul Downey

Wow! What a great resource, and interesting potted history of one the most powerful forces and reasons for why the Web exists, and remains as vibrant as it is. Thanks for putting this together!

Jeffery

Theo, Wow! Thanks so much for making that connection between Postel and Carnap! I had no idea. I'm going to add it to my list of favorite quotes.
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jeffery

Theo, Wow! Thanks so much for making that connection between Postel and Carnap! I had no idea. I'm going to add it to my list of favorite quotes.

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