[ExI] What can be said to be "wrong", and what is "Truth"

Lee Corbin lcorbin at rawbw.com
Mon Oct 13 17:36:52 UTC 2008

Mike writes

> [Jef wrote]
>> And that's perfectly all right.  Indeed -- and this is my point --
>> we're better off in practical terms to acknowledge this inherent
>> subjectivity, removing the unwarranted conceptual bump from our model,
>> to reduce the friction involved in further updating our model in a
>> world of accelerating change.
> That is perhaps the most succinctly you have stated your position of
> which I am aware.  You might appreciate that it contains zero
> occurrences of "increasingly".

Mike, in your opinion, what is said here that is not captured
simply by "I could be wrong"?

> I suggest there is no way to assume a root of reality any more
> than it is possible to discuss the reality of an objective point of
> view.

Can you give me any examples for what it *is* possible to
discuss the reality of? I just want to make sure I understand


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