[XeTeX] An (almost) complete cyrunicode.tex

Hans Hagen pragma at wxs.nl
Tue Jul 3 19:28:23 CEST 2007

Apostolos Syropoulos wrote:
>> Sorry, but you are doing a common logical Mistake: If you say that
>> Macedonian is a Slavic language, you don't say that there can't exist a
>> Greek Macedonian. The original posting didn't tell us anything about it.
>> Especially it didn't say anything about it's existence or absence. 
> If we accept that Aristotle's law of the excluded middle is correct, then
> you are the one who makes a logical mistake: either the language is
> slavic or not. And why not say that there is no "Macedonian" language
> but a Slavomacedonian language, which makes it crystal clear what are
> we talking about. I will not comment on the rest of your message as
> I totally disagree with the ideas presented. Also, I find them too simplistic 
> and in the spirit of: Hey everyone on this planet drinks coca-cola, listens to 
> rock music, and wears blue-jeans, so we are all the same. We are not! 
> Regards,
> Apostolos
> PS Remember, Einstein once said: Make it simple, but not simpler. 

talking about simple ...

google: macedonian language

first hit: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macedonian_language

first sentence: This article is about the Slavic language. For the 
unrelated, non-Slavic language spoken in the ancient world, see Ancient 
Macedonian language.


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