[FRIAM] Breaking Bad and Free Will

Steve Smith sasmyth at swcp.com
Fri Jan 26 19:28:37 EST 2024

On 1/26/24 4:18 PM, glen wrote:
> You're probably more competent at parsing it than I am, which is why I 
> said "enjoyed" rather than some other stronger description of my 
> reaction. But when you say "plain language" and "common sense", I 
> blanch a bit. I thought they were talking about things like actual 
> truth, truth-following, reliability, justifiability (which I think of 
> as "walkable", i.e. you can parse it to find where a false belief went 
> wrong), etc. I think their "convergence" is simply saying that 
> subjective [proba|plausi]bility provides a better platform unless 
> those traditional values converge. But it's possible he's saying the 
> traditional value scoring has to guide the theories toward subjective 
> [proba|plausi]bility. Had I more energy, I'd spend the time to figure 
> that out. Maybe you can simply tell me what it means. >8^D
/I'm just an LLM's familiar, I don't think I can help with that. /_>8^D_
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