Re: virus: Objective reality (former KMO quotes Plato)
Thu, 31 Oct 1996 00:14:19 -0600 (CST)

On Tue, 29 Oct 1996, Tadeusz Niwinski wrote:

> Martin Traynor wrote:
> >On 25 Oct 96 at 15:14, Tadeusz Niwinski wrote:
> >> All science is based on the assumption that there *is* objective reality.
> >
> >Without caring whether or not it's correct in its assumption.
> An assumption is an assumption. One can not prove an assumption. We can
> only see how USEFUL this assumption is (am I getting the level-3 flue? :-)).
> We can only see the results. In this case, science has done incredible
> things with this assumption.
> We can also assume that there is no objective reality. And stay in caves.
> Or... May be it is as creative as non-Euclidian geometry. Let's see where
> we can get with the assumption that there is no objective reality. There is
> no point of any research, there is no point of doing anything... After all,
> it seems like a creative idea. Any volunteers to check it up?


"X assumes no objective reality exists" induces "X has the human limit on
the experience of apathy", right?