Friday, March 10, 2017

David Hume was not wise.

I am a Christian, but I honestly think it's time for atheist philosophers to stop treating Hume like the Paul of atheism. He had absolutely abhorrent social views, even for his time (keep in mind that Locke and Kant were his contemporaries). I know that some of the more progressive Christians are going to be reading this and wanting to rejoin with "...then it sounds like Hume is exactly like the Paul of atheism!" Hardy har-har. But I laugh at your ridiculous moonbat social views ("male and female are a social construct!") just as much as I laugh at Hume.

Anyway, atheists have created a reverse version of Christianity with a reverse Bible, where:

(1) Darwin is Genesis
(2) Marx is Isaiah
(3) John Stuart Mill is the law portion of the Pentateuch.
(4) Hume is the Pauline corpus
(5) Richard Dawkins is the Gospel of John

and
(6) Eliezer Yudkowsky is Revelation. And I quote from the link:

In their discussion of Omohundro and Yudkowsky's work, Russell and Norvig cite I. J. Good's 1965 prediction that when computer systems begin to outperform humans in software engineering tasks, this may result in a feedback loop of increasingly capable AI systems. This raises the possibility that AI's impact could increase very quickly after it reaches a certain level of capability.

Woe to you, O Earth and sea, for the singuarity has come forth with great wrath because the time is short! Let him who hath understanding reckon the number of the AI, for it is in machine code. Its number, is 1010011010.

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