RE: [hackers-il] Monkey Trial
- On Wed, 26 Jul 2000, Chen Shapira wrote:
> >Hardly. You learned by trial and error to work around the bugs in your
> > What's reality? What you preceive with your senses? Why do you think
> > that the evidence you see is not self contradictary
> If my senses are good enough for me to trust my life with them (and it
> mostly works or we'll get evolutioned out) - they are a good enough basis
> for philosophy. Thank you.
senses in common life situations, and you *know* they have bugs. Using
it as a base in proving something about the world is hardly something
you can justify logically. (You cannot say that from "good enough"
premises follows "good enough" conclusions -- logic is not continuous)
Moshe Zadka <moshez@...>
There is no IGLU cabal.
> Just my own thoughts.And by the usual rule - my contra-thoughts:
I started this group as a community, centered around a common interest in
science and technology.
Every line and thread of discussion is wellcome. Nothing is off-topic, if it
interests people enough to generate discussion then its worth talking about
(am I tautologing here?)
Some topics can go on only for very short time before they begin to be
boring and repitative. Philosophy is one of them, old flamewars are another.
So OmerZ says this is silly, and we all stop and realise it is very silly
indeed, and we shut up.