Re: A paper by Bas C. van Fraassen

2011-01-21 Thread Bruno Marchal
. That's better. Phew! :-) Colin Hales. Stephen Paul King wrote: Hi Friends, Please check out the following paper by Bas C. van Fraassen for many ideas that have gone into my posts so far, in particular the argument against the idea of a “view from nowhere”. www.princeton.edu

Re: A paper by Bas C. van Fraassen

2011-01-21 Thread Stephen Paul King
To: everything-list@googlegroups.com Subject: Re: A paper by Bas C. van Fraassen Colin, David seems to understand we are closer than you might think. Here I answer again to an interesting old post. I am not sure you commented my answer. On 23 Oct 2010, at 23:37, Colin Hales wrote: I am pretty sure

Re: A paper by Bas C. van Fraassen

2010-10-26 Thread Bruno Marchal
From: Colin Hales Sent: Thursday, October 21, 2010 10:35 PM To: everything-list@googlegroups.com Subject: Re: A paper by Bas C. van Fraassen Hi, Looks like and interesting read but the initial gloss-over I had revealed all the usual things that continue to frustrate and exasperate me

Re: A paper by Bas C. van Fraassen

2010-10-24 Thread Colin Hales
Brent Meeker wrote: On 10/23/2010 2:37 PM, Colin Hales wrote: I am pretty sure that there is a profound misinterpretation and/or unrecognized presupposition deeply embedded in the kinds of discussion of which Van F and your reply and Bruno's fits. It's so embedded that there appears to

Re: A paper by Bas C. van Fraassen

2010-10-23 Thread Bruno Marchal
). In november I will have a bit more time, and I could add something on both van Fraassen-Rovelli and Pratt. Best, Bruno From: Colin Hales Sent: Thursday, October 21, 2010 10:35 PM To: everything-list@googlegroups.com Subject: Re: A paper by Bas C. van Fraassen Hi, Looks like and interesting

Re: A paper by Bas C. van Fraassen

2010-10-23 Thread Colin Hales
mailto:everything-list@googlegroups.com *Subject:* Re: A paper by Bas C. van Fraassen Hi, Looks like and interesting read but the initial gloss-over I had revealed all the usual things that continue to frustrate and exasperate me Why won't people that attend to these issues do some

Re: A paper by Bas C. van Fraassen

2010-10-23 Thread Brent Meeker
On 10/23/2010 2:37 PM, Colin Hales wrote: I am pretty sure that there is a profound misinterpretation and/or unrecognized presupposition deeply embedded in the kinds of discussion of which Van F and your reply and Bruno's fits. It's so embedded that there appears to be no way that

RE: A paper by Bas C. van Fraassen

2010-10-23 Thread rmiller
@googlegroups.com [mailto:everything-l...@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Colin Hales Sent: Saturday, October 23, 2010 4:37 PM To: everything-list@googlegroups.com Subject: Re: A paper by Bas C. van Fraassen I am pretty sure that there is a profound misinterpretation and/or unrecognized presupposition

Re: A paper by Bas C. van Fraassen

2010-10-22 Thread Stephen Paul King
. Onward! Stephen From: Colin Hales Sent: Thursday, October 21, 2010 10:35 PM To: everything-list@googlegroups.com Subject: Re: A paper by Bas C. van Fraassen Hi, Looks like and interesting read but the initial gloss-over I had revealed all the usual things that continue to frustrate

A paper by Bas C. van Fraassen

2010-10-21 Thread Stephen Paul King
Hi Friends, Please check out the following paper by Bas C. van Fraassen for many ideas that have gone into my posts so far, in particular the argument against the idea of a “view from nowhere”. www.princeton.edu/~fraassen/abstract/Rovelli_sWorld-FIN.pdf Onward! Stephen -- You received

Re: A paper by Bas C. van Fraassen

2010-10-21 Thread Colin Hales
! :-) Colin Hales. Stephen Paul King wrote: Hi Friends, Please check out the following paper by Bas C. van Fraassen for many ideas that have gone into my posts so far, in particular the argument against the idea of a “view from nowhere”. www.princeton.edu/~fraassen/abstract