Le 21-févr.-08, à 15:01, Lennart Nilsson a écrit :

> Oh, I am very much proEverett and proDeutsch and, I might add 
> proStandish
> (having translated his book Theory of Nothing into swedish). And you 
> are
> right of course, it was your assumptions I questioned...


OK, and I said : "No problem then", because (as a logician perhaps) I 
seldomly discuss assumptions.

But still, although I agree with Mirek that comp (as I define it, i.e. 
CT + "yes doctor") is a very strong hypothesis, the negation of it is 
also quite strong, if not stronger. For believing in non-comp, you have 
to believe in actual physical infinities and/or in genuine third person 
indeterminacy (like copenhagen and anti-everettist). You could perhaps 
elaborate abit, if you have the time.


Bruno


http://iridia.ulb.ac.be/~marchal/


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