Re: virus: RE: False Paradigms

Tadeusz Niwinski (
Sat, 05 Apr 1997 00:22:02 -0800

David R. wrote:
>and arbitrary statements. For instance, statements like "Jesus is Lord and
>Savior" (in Christian context) would be considered to be an unsupported
>assertion in objectivism, and a useless 'easy to criticize' statement in
>pancritical rationalism (but that's debatable). But, in Agnosticism, such a
>statement would be "maybe true, maybe not". Statements like "all truths are
>truths" can also be construed to mean that arbitrary statement are as valid as
>statements that are either supported by facts in context, or can stand up
in the
>face of criticism.

So the Level-3 statement "I don't believe in believing" is Agnosticism.

Now I get it! Satori!!!

If you *don't care*, you can hold lots of conflicting beliefs in your meme
space (and on your fly for that matter) at the same time. How does not
caring relate to Life's Purpose? Ooops... I must be still on Level-2.

Regards, Tadeusz (Tad) Niwinski from planet TeTa (604) 985-4159