From: Chris Taylor (email@example.com)
Date: Tue 18 May 2004 - 09:22:35 GMT
> Right, but if you can show the logic of an argument calling for the
> existence of something is flawed, chances go down considerable as to it
> existing in the real world.
Fair enough. The reason I admire (good) sociologists and psychologists
is because they have to find a way to work in this mode prctically the
whole time. Even 'show me a mutation in a gene for...' was a fallacious
objection on my part because the complexity of those networks means even
there, where you can buy flashy tools/kit that will solve all your
problems (honest) positive and complete truth is damned hard to come by.
We're back to the religion/belief/knowledge thing though (and let's face
it, I could still be a weirdy alien playing the mother of all immersive
'real life soap' games here)...
Chris Taylor (firstname.lastname@example.org)
HUPO PSI: GPS -- psidev.sf.net
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