Tarbrush my "little" brother, would you?

From: Philip Hibbs (PHibbs@compuserve.com)
Date: Thu 22 May 1997 - 00:12:51 EEST


>Simon (D.) Hibbs attempts to duck the tar-brush:
>> I don't even consider myself to be 'subjectivist' in the sense the
>> term has been used in this discussion. My own possition is that
>> the nature of divinity and the true workings of the divine world
>> are beyond mortal comprehension.
>
>For my money that makes you _precisely_ either a Subjectivist, or a
>Hidden Variable Objectivist, Simon. (A HVO is a Subjectivist with an
>invisible hypothetical security blanket.) ;-)

Maybe the term 'Agnostic' has a place in this debate. Or is it 'Agnotheist'
- - not "I don't know", but "No-one *can* know"?

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