Re: virus: Re: Memes and Jello

Lee Daniel Crocker (
Mon, 5 May 1997 13:33:29 -0700 (PDT)

> > One must have the
> > courage to commit oneself to a meaningful, specific description of
> > the world in order to use that world in the service of your will.
> " use that world in service of your will"? What if you have other
> uses for the world, beyond bending it to your will? What of that courage?
> -Prof. Tim

How can one have a purpose other than one's purpose? I am using "will"
here in the sense of what one actually tries to accomplish, not in the
sense of whatever transient whims one might have. If one has a goal,
and wishes to accomplish it, one must commit to a model of the world in
order to achieve your goals within it.

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