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Thu 8 Jul, 2010 02:18 am - [quote="ughaibu"] [quote="EmperorNero"]You wouldn't have to comment on determinism at all, because it wouldn't matter to your theory.[/quote]I see no point in... (view)
Thu 8 Jul, 2010 02:14 am - [quote="ughaibu"][quote="EmperorNero"]the latter was never demonstrated.[/quote]I guess you're not going to offer any objection.[/quote] In the latter meaning you have... (view)
Thu 8 Jul, 2010 01:56 am - [quote="ughaibu"][quote=EmperorNero]"I have two realisable alternatives" can mean that you have two realisable alternatives, in your head. That way your demonstration works. Or... (view)
Thu 8 Jul, 2010 01:34 am - [quote="ughaibu"][quote="EmperorNero"]If you change the meaning of those words to mean physically realizable, i.e. there not being a true statement, you change the meaning of... (view)
Thu 8 Jul, 2010 01:17 am - [quote="ughaibu"]if I'm considering whether to drink tea or to drink coffee, in an hours time, then there would be a true statement, now, about which I drink, and the alternative... (view)
Thu 8 Jul, 2010 12:57 am - [quote="ughaibu"][quote="EmperorNero"]All this would mean that free will can exist within determinism though.[/quote]But determinism is almost certainly false.[/quote] It... (view)
Thu 8 Jul, 2010 12:49 am - All this would mean that free will can exist within determinism though. (view)
Thu 8 Jul, 2010 12:43 am - [quote="ughaibu"]Therefore you are committed to the existence of something which blocks one of my options, and that is a positive, not a negative.[/quote] Oh, that way. When you say... (view)
Wed 7 Jul, 2010 11:35 pm - [quote="ughaibu"] [quote="EmperorNero"]The hangup is the 'realisable' part. Just by saying your options are realisable you do not demonstrate that they actually are... (view)
Wed 7 Jul, 2010 11:28 pm - [quote="ughaibu"][quote="EmperorNero"]I don't see how saying "I make conscious choices" does address that.[/quote]Having realisable alternatives addresses... (view)
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