Tag: p.(x)= Big Data

The p.(x) is a book of original philosophical thought; literary ontology merged with philosophy. Historical vectors of metaphysical structure are examined throughout with a chronology that begins with the prehistory of humanity and covers a variety of themes including free will, big data determinism, artificial intelligence, ethics, and more.

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Pascal's Wager and The Weird God Objection

Pascal's argument assumes that God rewards all and only those who believe in him with an eternity of unimaginable bliss.

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