On 7 October 2013 13:12, meekerdb <meeke...@verizon.net> wrote:

>
> All you've done is fuzzy up "uncertainty reduction" so it can serve as an
> explanation for anything.  That was my objection of Nietzsche's "will to
> power": In a straightforward reading it's false.  After enough explication
> it's turned into "accomplishing something you probably wanted to" and it
> becomes a tautology.
>

This sounds similar to the "All Christians are good" argument.

"All Christians are good!"
"What about the Inquisition?"
"Oh, they weren't REAL Christians."

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