Posted: Nov 11, 2010 4:28 pm
by Will S
sanja wrote:As I've said, the big part of the book I mentioned deals with OP idea.

But ok, let's take some other example.
Here it is: reason cannot solve zeno's paradox.

I will give you one nice essay, sadly, translated by google translator, which cannot always be trusted :(
Here it is:
http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... rmd%3Divfd

The translation is very bad, the first sentence, for example, should have been translated as:
"Do we ever revolve (think through) abidance, or our intelligence deals only with space?"
I do not claim my translation is perfect, but it is much better than google-translate, anyway.

I'd, respectfully, suggest that, in a discussion forum of this kind, participants should present their own arguments (which, of course, will in many cases involve paraphrasing what they're read or heard somewhere else.)

Of course, in some cases, a participant may persuade others to read some particular recommended book or article. However, I don't think it's reasonable to expect other participants to read anything other than what's actually posted to the forum - especially when, as seems to be the case here, the article is written in a language of which I have no knowledge, and where I'd have to rely on a Google translation!

I suggest that you're asking rather too much of me! :(