RE: SIAI's flawed friendliness analysis

From: Rafal Smigrodzki (
Date: Fri May 30 2003 - 15:09:05 MDT

Ben wrote:
> Volition is a component of "deep, real human happiness" but I don't
> think it's the only component.
> One could construct extreme cases of human minds that were strongly
> self-determined yet were morally and aesthetically repugnant to all
> of us...

### I'd say that deep, real human happiness may be a special case of
successful volition.

What would be the examples of self-determined minds (aside from minds
limiting the self-determination of other minds) that are morally repugnant?


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