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On 15 Apr 2001, at 5:42, Aaron Agassi wrote:
> Since I hold Superdeterminism necessary and sufficient for freedom, my
> position, precisely, is that omniscience would narrow down choices to
> the one optimal decision. Never the less, this would be, indeed,
> empowering, of course.
Such as which one of the two perfectly suited values one should
use to solve a given quadratic equation? Degrees of perfection;
hmmm. Perhaps you're ready to count fractal iterations of angels
on the heads of pins.
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