2009/9/24 Flammarion <peterdjo...@yahoo.com>:

> The idealist defence agaisnt these refutations always involves things
> being arranged "just so" so as to givew he imitation
> of a material world with minds supervening on brains. And it
> doesn't give  a good reason why things should be just so. It's a much
> worse explanation than the explanations you are objecting to.

But Bruno's work is aimed precisely at providing a good reason why
things should be just so.  I understand that you differ with him on
the required posit with respect to the status of numbers, but that
apart, does the project per se seem adequately motivated to you?

David

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