On 12/30/2013 2:07 AM, LizR wrote:
On 30 December 2013 21:02, Stephen Paul King <stephe...@provensecure.com
Why do you not consider an isomorphism between the Category
ofcomputer/universal-numbers and physical realities? That way we can avoid
a lot of
I think that it is because of your insistence of the Platonic view that
material/physical realm is somehow lesser in ontological status and the
that a timeless totality = the appearance of change (and its measures) is
I would like to be wrong in this presumption!
The problem is that assuming the material / physical realm as fundamental gets you no
further than assuming that "God did it!" It's a "shut up and calculate" (or shut up and
With materialism you just have a "brute fact" - well, maybe that's it, maybe there /is
/just a brute, unexplained fact. But us ape descended life forms like to look for
explanations even beneath the apparent brute facts!
But "Everything happens" is just as useless as "God did it". A theory that can explain
anything fails to explain at all.
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