If you agree that every sequence will be written down once then don't you concede to my statement? If it can be written even once that means that it...
Can't you use this same this same logic on anything? There's always a longer finite number of times you can type 1, therefore you can't type 1 an...
Is it possible that you were playing Persona?
So which sequences won't be typed over an infinite amount of time and why? This implies that only a finite number of sequences will be written over...
I'll go even further to say that every possible finite sequence of letters will have been typed out an infinite amount of times.
My user name=/= my avatar
He was refering to "Nin'," not the 'A' in my avatar, genious.
I'm actually pretty surprised that more people haven't jumped on this thread. Come on guys, share your thoughts on some great books you've read.
It's all good, I was just getting tired of everyone pointing this out and acting like I'm an idiot for doing it.
Thanks guys, I haven't visited this thread in a while. I appreciate the replies.
What a silly thing to say.
My question didn't say: Can I, as an atheist, have an objective morality compared to a deist, theist, pantheist, and...
I'll bump this once in hope that I'll get an answer.
Because I'm an atheist and I was wondering if I could have an objective moral system.
An objective moral system can change depending on the context. For example, what James linked me to: Utilitarianism.
I'm not talking about moral absolutism, as in "Do not kill" in any situation whatsoever.
You're right, that's more my question than anything.
So you can have an objective set of morals, but they have to be based on a subjective purpose like "The greatest happiness for the greatest number is...
I wasn't under the impression that the majority opinion=objective truth. Can you logically deduce that certain morals are right and certain ones are...
No, this has nothing to do with theism. I'm asking if an atheist can have an objective morality, that's all.
What I'm mean is can you objectively...
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