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on Mar 4th 2002, 21:48:39, Jean-Claude Choul wrote the following about


Opposition is one of the dozen basic semantic relations, but it is known to logicians as more complex than it appears. Looking for the opposite of Leonardo, beyond the palindrome (Odranoel), amounts to find out what Leonardo stands for. As a painter, does he have an opposite? As an inventor, as a thinker, as a writer? Opposition runs (resolves) quickly into plain difference. Is there an opposite to the Renaissance Man? In our world and times, we all are opposites of Leonardo, inventor of the mirror-image writing.

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