Le 07-août-06, à 18:24, 1Z a écrit :

> Because you don't believe in empriricism, but that is all rather
> circular.

Who said I am not an empiricist?

OK. I am saying that "fundamental truth (including the origin of the 
"universe")" is in our head (like mystics). But then I make this 
precise with comp: grosso modo, I am saying that "fundamental truth is 
in the head of any self-referentially correct machine (also called 
Lobian machine)".
I explain (through the UD Argument) why physics is there too.
I explain (through the interview of the lobian machine) how to extract 
physics from the "head of a machine".
But I conclude from this only that comp is testable:  extract physics 
from the head of the machine and then compare with empirical physics.
If nature contradicts the comp theory, I would abandon the comp theory, 
I would not conclude that nature is faulty, just that nature gives 
evidence that comp is wrong.
Of course, if comp is correct (and if my reasoning is not faulty) then 
I show that mysticism (and especially rational mysticism (like one 
millennium of greek theology)) is correct, and that truth indeed is in 
our head, but I am open that comp will appear to be wrong in front of 
empirical knowledge.



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