29778, be specific|
Posted by inVerse, Tue Mar-29-05 09:56 PM
Are you posing that scenario under the presupposition that "a person who can turn another into a rabbit" can exist? Or are you assuming out-of-hand that this type of person does not exist.
If you begin by allowing for the existence of such a person, 100 false rabbit-prophets do not in ANY way effect the odds of number 101... all things being equal.
You have to make explicit the presupposition you're beginning from.
This is probably one of the most crucial issues and broadly misunderstood concepts in the materialist vs. supernaturalist discorse.