I think the most compelling arguments against a fundamental physical reality
go along the lines of starting with one, and showing you can abstract away
from it until it becomes just another arbitrary perspective.

- Did you ever hear of "The Seattle Seven"?
- Mmm.
- That was me... and six other guys.

2008/11/12 Kory Heath <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

> On Nov 11, 2008, at 9:31 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
> > The problem with Dennett is that he takes physical reality for
> > granted.
> I agree. But from his perspective, the burden is on us to explain why
> we can't take physical reality for granted. I've never seen the
> arguments laid out quite clearly enough for my tastes. (And I'll
> admit, I've been too lazy to try it myself.)
> -- Kory
> >

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