-----Message d'origine-----
De : Higgo James <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
 : '[EMAIL PROTECTED]' <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Date : jeudi 11 mai 2000 10:37
Objet : RE: this very moment


>You're missing the point:

this is quite possible, for I often don't understand much of what all of you
are talking about.

>'the world' for 'you' is your current idea.
>Speculation about miracles is part of your current idea. There is no
>necessary connection between your speculation and anything else.

I don't understand : my current idea must be approximately adequate to
something I call "reality". If my idea is that "I can go through this wall",
this is fine, but I won't succeed in doing so. you can tell me that
somewhere in the plenitude there is a universe with people going through
walls, but why do we never observe that ? It is very unlikely that I am in a
world (or that I have this idea of being in a world) with physical laws that
can't be by-passed, just by chance. You will perhaps find all this far too
naive, but what I want is just to complain about is this idea of plenitude
containing anything. For instance you can't put in it a world containing
something which is mathematically inconsistent.
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Fabien Besnard

http://perso.wanadoo.fr/fabien.besnard




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