On 12/31/2013 1:07 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
only rules to extract knowledge from assumed beliefs.



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I answered "no" to your question. Knowledge is not extracted in any way from belief (assumed or not). knowledge *is* belief, when or in the world those beliefs are true, but this you can never know as such.

Since your theory to an infinite number of semi-classical worlds with different events (and even different physics) it seems that "true belief" is not a very useful concept. Every belief is going to have probability zero of being true. The interesting concept is the probability of future events relative to one's current state.

Brent

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