From: Peter de Blanc (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Dec 04 2008 - 06:58:42 MST
Joshua Fox wrote:
> In fact, De Blanc says (to simplify greatly), your utility function
> must be bounded from above.
From below, too.
The paper is built on some powerful (big) assumptions:
1. You consider all computer programs as possible descriptions of the
2. You have a utility function which is computably determined by your
I think (1) is fine (but Eli has objected to it), but (2) seems dubious
- Peter de Blanc
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