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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on November 18, 2003 05:45:41 UTC

Harv wrote: "What is missing from our theories that require us to accept the skeptic's plea that we not think we are describing what the skeptic claims is undescribable?"

I have to puzzle through this.

The skeptic, it says, believes strongly in a mystical view -- that some things are "undescribable."

The skeptic, it says, is pleading with us that we should not think differently than the skeptic thinks.

The skeptic's view, it implies, might prevail if something is missing from our theories.

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