Re: "feels good" is inherently meaningful

From: Samantha Atkins (
Date: Sat Jul 03 2004 - 16:05:30 MDT

Congratulations. You have built yourself a closed belief system from
which escape using logic based on your starting axioms is impossible.
Enjoy, but don't think its seeming inescapable internal veracity says
anything real about what is true.

- s

On Jul 2, 2004, at 8:23 PM, Metaqualia wrote:

>> Whether feelings are inherently (i.e. aside from being physical
>> processes)
>> relevant for an arbitrary morality depends on the morality.
> no because in the dictionary definition you quoted the ideas of right
> and
> wrong are referenced, and right and wrong refer to good and evil,
> which in
> the end only have meaning if qualia exist.
> mq

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