On Nov 28, 9:02 pm, Evgenii Rudnyi <use...@rudnyi.ru> wrote:
> on 28.11.2010 20:46 1Z said the following:
> > On Nov 27, 7:21 pm, Evgenii Rudnyi<use...@rudnyi.ru> wrote:
> >> on 27.11.2010 20:08 1Z said the following:
> >>> On Nov 27, 6:49 pm, Rex Allen<rexallen31...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >>>> Given that there are an infinite number of ways that your
> >>>> information could be represented, how likely is it that your
> >>>> experience really is caused by a biological brain? Or even by
> >>>> a representation of a biological brain?
> >>> Occam's razor: BIV, matrix and other sceptical scenarios are
> >>> always more complex, and therefore less likely than "things are
> >>> the way they seem to be"
> >> Could you please tell what a hypothesis you consider as less
> >> complex?
> > I did.
> >> As for Occam's razor. Let us consider the statement "The God has
> >> created everything". Is this more or less complex as compared with
> >> the modern scientific view?
> > Is "God+World" more or less simple than "World" ?
> I guess that people believing in God consider him as a part of the
That is definitely not Judaeo-Christian philosophy.
> Hence here it would be better to compare
> "World where people believe in God"
> "World where people believe that God does not exist"
Those aren't ontologies
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