Well, whether or not we possess reason and how we can know it works would first depend on how reason is defined.Sparhafoc said:With such an eponym, I imagine you've had this discussion before.
However, I was wondering how people would define reason; how we can know whether we possess reason; how can we know whether our reason works.
There are more than 2 and despite the fact they often pass for humans, there is also a couple of trolls.Sparhafoc said:Perplexing.
Are there only 2 other humans here?
Ooh nice. Sadly, not likely to be in any shops round here!Dragan Glas said:
Sadly, this is the kind of story I often have to tell about how I live in some antiquated past where there are no such thing as credit cards and the like. If you imagine you're talking to the 1940's, it will probably help! :lol:Dragan Glas said:Greetings,
No need - you can order it online, which is why I provided the link.
They deliver world-wide free of charge, unlike Amazon.
Yep, that's the traditional response too!Dragan Glas said:Greetings,
On that, at least, I was an early adopter. My dad used to play the Catalogue Shuffle game where he'd order a console, then when it arrived call and cancel it, which would then result in at least 6 weeks until they came to pick it up. Aside from an early lesson in crime and the fragility of human morality compared to its greed, it also meant I had a computer pretty much from the first year of computers being publicly affordable.Dragan Glas said:At least you've got a computer to Windows-shop. :lol: