On 8/6/2012 1:22 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
I agree. In fact denying God is a way to impose some other God. I don't think we can
live more than one second without some belief in some God.
I disagree. We live very well just assuming 3-space and time and material bodies and
people (including ourselves). That is what we all bet on and evolution has built into
us. We may hypothesize different fundamental ontologies, but it's not necessary and it's
certainly not necessary to *believe in* them.
The Löbian machine, when doing inference induction on themselves are bounded up to be
"theological" as a simple consequence of incompleteness. Such Löbian "bet-doing"
machines are bounded up to discover that truth is beyond their ability of justification.
that will drive a natural curiosity in them, and also will make them forever
unsatisfied, and growing on transfinite ladders of goals.
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