Feb 8, 2020, 6:54 PM
—“Is failure to use ePrime in P an error? Why/not?”—Jonathan Besler
Brandon Hayes: No; you can speak truthfully without speaking operationally.
Curt Doolittle: Also. You can falsify another’s speech by translating it to operational prose. Again, like many things, once you learn the form you will identify when people are lying, and how they are lying, and gain the ability to explain how they are lying – including why they might be. And if someone questions the truth of your statements you can expand them to the fully operational form and demonstrate that you were merely exercising convenience. Just recall that lying in P means you failed due diligence – you don’t need to intend to. Its like transferring stolen property. You were involved and participated in the crime because you failed due diligence.