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77. From a Socratic perspective, ancient Greece gave us evidence through abstraction, and it reasons that if no evidence is presented, a NULL value should be assigned to the corresponding outcome...

From a Socratic perspective, ancient Greece gave us evidence through abstraction, and it reasons that if no evidence is presented, a NULL value should be assigned to the corresponding outcome.

4 years ago

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From a Socratic perspective, ancient Greece gave us evidence through abstraction, and it reasons that if no evidence is presented, a NULL value should be assigned to the corresponding outcome. Essentially this negates the infinite upside of God's unlikely existence.

Daniel Sanderson

Published 4 years ago