RE: virus: Re: Social Metaphysics

Robin Faichney (
Wed, 1 Oct 1997 09:55:16 +0100

> From: Tadeusz Niwinski[]
> Robin wrote:
> >My main point, in these terms, is that I don't believe you
> >can come up with any good rationale for such ordering.
> >Eg, why isn't consistency #1 for the falling rock, and
> >gravity #2? You could argue for ever about it, and get
> >nowhere, because if two things are both prerequisites,
> >then they are both equally necessary.
> I agree, you could argue for ever about it. By saying that
> consistency is a
> driving force of evolution I meant a *very* important prerequisite.
> Will
> you let me say that?
All prerequisites are equally important, sorry.

> >> What other important prerequisites do we need for evolution to
> occur?
> >>
> >Replication with *variation*!!!!! :-)
> Yes, mutation is also very important in the process of evolution.
It's a prerequisite, so inconsistency is as important as consistency!