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Posted by Harvey on October 2, 2002 03:41:35 UTC

If so, then I apologize. I recall recently saying to Yanniru that I was agnostic about physical infinity as existing. That is, I am not committed or rejecting it. I merely see it as somewhat difficult to justify.

Although, now that you mention it, I do qualify as an agnostic-theist in the sense that I don't think we can have true ontological knowledge. Me and Dick are still discussing the implications of this kind of knowledge and the limitations it enforces upon what we can say is true about 'Ultimate Reality'. This kind of agnostic-theism, as I see it, is the beginning of any religious faith.

Warm regards, Harv

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