On 2/3/2013 8:28 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
It simpler to generalize the notion of God so that indeed basically all correct machines believes in God, and in some theories question like "is God a person" can be an open problem.

But you have a vocabulary problem related to the fact that you cannot cut with your education which has impose to you only one notion of God.

Why should there be more than one notion designated by "God". The Abrahamic religions use the word to designate a particular notion: an omniscience, omnipotent, benevolent creator person who wants us to worship him. Together their adherents constitute 54% of those who believe in a theist god. And if we take your view that atheists and agnostics use the same definition, then 70% of people use that same meaning. If there's some other notion, why not call it something else.


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