Re: Objects and Relations
Date: 17 Feb 2007 11:00:54 -0800
On 17 fév, 19:03, "Keith H Duggar" <dug..._at_alum.mit.edu> wrote:
> Cimode wrote:
> > Keith H Duggar wrote:
> > > 3. If we develop a theory unifying bearing and
> > > probability, will it yield tools better able to
> > > express and analyze ignorance?
> > Now, that's eugenics!!! And what's next? Tagging people?
> > Deporting them? Here you are being a fascist overlord
> > again...
> Generally I do not respond to the robot Cimode's posts as
> they are usually incoherent psychotic non-sense. However,
> the statement above requires a response and it is worth
> responding since it's a prime example of the haywire
> configuration that is Cimode.
Glad to serve....
> > > If we develop a theory unifying bearing and probability,
> > > will it yield tools better able to express and analyze
> > > ignorance?"
> That is a philosophy and mathematics question regarding the
> theory of probability (a measure applied to statements) and
> the theory of bearing (a measure applied to questions). The
> word "ignorance" above is used in the probabilistic sense
> of "lack of specific knowledge", something that we have a
> very hard time dealing with theoretically.
Giving the polish of science to racism is no news (all nazi scientists tried to classify ignorance and intelligence before getting to final solution). I could bet my next lunch that you voted for Bush on last elections and that Pat Robertson is hang above Keith's bed.
> How Cimode managed to associate this probability and bearing
> theory question to eugenics, tagging of people, deportation,
> and fascist tyranny is utterly bizarre and mindless.
Truth is obervation of people's declarations over a long period of time. Here, Keith Duggar previous declarations to understand what kind of character he is.
Discarding arguments as a psychotic is a usual tactics from Keith's proponents.... Received on Sat Feb 17 2007 - 20:00:54 CET