Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Bayes and God

I know a lot of my posts are just quotes of different ideas. But it at least puts them somewhere where I can find them.

3. He accepts without question Dawkins's arguments and doesn't mention that probability is a form of *logic* which governs our beliefs, it doesn't tell us what to start out believing. No one reading has any rational credence in flying spaghetti monsters or fairies, etc. so there is no appreciable decline in the prior of theism even using a form of the principle of indifference. (Trent Dougherty, at Prosblogion)

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