> -----Original Message----- > From: Wei Dai [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] > Sent: Wednesday, 7 November 2001 10:22 a.m. > > I don't think you have solved the white rabbit paradox. > You've tried to > explain why we perceive the world to be relatively simple > given our own > information processing abilities, but you have not tried to > explain why we > ourselves are relatively simple. Why are our own minds > relatively simple > and regular, considering that intelligent minds can be arbitrarily > complex? Your observer-relative approach does not and can not > answer that > question.
Surely evolutionary theory has something to say about this? BTW, what is the "white rabbit paradox" ? Charles