In article <20000131234101567806 at nafp2-160.rz.uni-frankfurt.de>,
melvin at gmx.de (Christian W.) wrote:
> Richard Norman <rsnorman at mediaone.net> wrote:
>> > "Logical argument". Statement A is true. Statement B is true.
> > Therefore Statement A causes statement B. Even if both statements
> > are true, there is no reason to believe there to be a causal
> > This "logical argument" is illogical.
>> Just like the thing eith the fireengines:
>> If you observe large fires, you will notice, that the more fire-
> are present at a fire, the higher the (financial) harm the fire caused
> will be. Which still doesn't mean, that the fire-fighters caused the
> damage ;-)
> Christian Wilms (melvin at gmx.de)
> It is very unlikely that less information can make us happier. We are
information driven beings. If you are a swimmer, water is what makes
you move forward, and also what causes the friction that hinders your
advance. Do you understand what I mean?
Thanks for the question. It's not irrelevant.
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