Re: valuable errors

From: Marchal <>
Date: Tue Apr 13 02:20:38 1999

Jacques M Mallah wrote:

> Yes, that's why I've enjoyed my discussions with Wei Dai. My
>problem is with what I see as the trivial errors that are so entrenched in
>many of the opinions.

Could you be a little more explicit ? Could you give examples of
"trivial errors". I suspect everybody here want to make some progress.
Or are you just thinking that the "trivial errors" are so much entrenched
that you don't believe you will be able to correct them ?

I know that you present yourself as a computationalist, but just to clear
things up, does it mean you are willing to accept a substitution of your
brain (or body) by a digital one, at some level of substitution?

Received on Tue Apr 13 1999 - 02:20:38 PDT

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