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On Thu, 18 May 2000, Higgo James wrote:
> It seems to me that a good way of selecting one idea over is competition is
> Occam's razor

I'm sorry... but just how does Occam's razor support the *verse?  It
would seem to me that the *verse/pleni is 100% the opposite of what the
razor would appear to support.  Even if it does, which I think it
doesn't, does this absolutely *prove* the necessity and existence of
the *verse?

C'mon, JH, you're saying that everything exists... yet, you can 
selectively deny a few things that you just don't like. How can
everything exist, yet you, yourself, have the ability to determine which
do not without, somehow, taking away from your seeming belief that
everything exists?

List -- are we talking about reality/existence/et al, or the *beliefs*
about reality/existence/et al. ?  Are things getting confused?

Scott
ps: JH,how about this *verse?

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