Re: Simulation argument and Occam's razor

From: Peter de Blanc (
Date: Wed Aug 29 2007 - 15:05:09 MDT

On Wed, 2007-08-29 at 16:51 +0000, P K wrote:
> *takes a big breath* For every undetectable reality you can imagine
> with
> actions that we should take to take advantage of that reality, I can
> imagine
> a reality where those actions would have the opposite effect and the
> opposite of those actions would have the desired effect. Of course,

Yes, but are those two realities always going to be equally probable?
Obviously you don't think they are in all cases (or else you would be
indifferent about any decision).

Why are these symmetry arguments more valid in theistic worlds than in
naturalistic worlds?

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