On 9/4/2012 10:55 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
On 24 Aug 2012, at 12:04, benjayk wrote:
Strangely you agree
for the 1-p viewpoint. But given that's what you *actually* live, I
see how it makes sense to than proceed that there is a meaningful 3-p
of view where this isn't true. This "point of view" is really just an
abstraction occuring in the 1-p of view.
So do you agree that the 3-p point of view is just an abstraction
(a simulation even!) of a 1-p? It seems to me that this would similar to
having a model S that is part of a theory T such that T would change its
beliefs as X -> X' changes, all while preserving the Bp&p term, p would
be a variable of or in X, X', ... .
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