On 5/4/06, Alphax (Wikipedia email) <alphasigmax(a)gmail.com> wrote:
It looks a hell of a lot like using common sense.
[[Monty Hall problem]]. "Common sense" is not a valid justification for
The reason the [[Monty Hall problem]] is a "problem" is because it
to turn common sense on its head: the "exception that proves the rule".
Just because there exist carefully designed situations in which common sense
will lead you up a carefully prepared garden path does not invalidate the
application of common sense in each and every situation.
The reason it is called "common sense" is after all because it commonly
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