Re: Fundamentals - was RE: Visualizing muddled volitions

From: Metaqualia (
Date: Wed Jun 16 2004 - 19:05:05 MDT

> The whole point of having an *initial dynamic* is that it compresses down
> the problem to where it can consist of a small number of identifiable
> technical problems that can be satisfactorily solved to bootstrap the
> process. By trying to add a Bill of Inalienable Rights to the initial
> dynamic, you're losing that, and presumably ruling out large numbers of
> scenarios where we want something entirely different to which a Bill of
> Inalienable Rights is orthogonal. It constitutes taking over the world.

I agree with you that we shouldn't hardcode imperatives. However I am still
waiting to hear about specific mechanisms of extrapolation and 'case
studies' for your system. How do you plan to get information out of people's


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