On 08/07/07, Thomas Dalton <thomas.dalton(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Oooh, and then can we begin discussing how
Hempel's Raven paradox eluicidates precisely why confirmatory instances do so much
less than disconfirmatory instances, and from there move on to a discussion of Bayesian
vs. frequentists interpretations of observation and theory? (Possibly bringing a bit of
computer science's denotational semantics by way of digital philosophy?)
No, you need to be a bunch of Wikipedians down the pub boring any
non-encyclopedists unfortunate enough to be stuck at your table.