On 4/18/2011 9:24 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
This is really another vast topics, and a very complex one. What machine's theology can explain, is that in such a domain the hell is paved with the good intentions. We can teach to the children the respect of the other person *only* by examples, or theories (that is explicit conjecture). But in the human science, we are still a long way from understanding the advantage of the conjectural, deductive, axiomatic way of thinking. They just fight and resist. It is a long lasting tradition.


I can recommend a book, "The Bounds of Reason" by Ginitis which discusses and advocates the application of mathematical game and decision theory to sociology and the interpretation of experiments in the human sciences.

Brent

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