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Re: The Philosophy of Bookbinding



>Even blank books contain information.  They tell us something about why
they are blank (did the author have nothing to say?  Is this an
invitation to record your own thoughts?, Is the superb binding
sufficient to make it an appreciated book?  Is there something glorious
about the blank paper itself?)

>The fact that it exists suggests information.  How was it created, and
why?

But to say this is to say that EVERYTHING (in capital letters, am I
getting the hang of this?) contains information: which is a fair view to
take, but it makes the clause "which contains information" redundant in
our definition.

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