thread: 2009-06-09 : Adequacy, Cause and Effect

On 2009-06-18, valamir wrote:

I'm not following Vincent.

If we're playing tic tac toe, a easy enough game that you can play the whole thing in your head.  What is different between whether we are playing on a board with wooden X and O pieces, or just imagining a 3 x 3 grid and calling out moves.  Assuming our memory isn't flawed (which seems just as reasonable as assuming the cat doesn't scatter the pieces) they seem completely identical in all ways that matter to me.

Clearly there's a way that matters to you in which they are not identical...I just can't see what that is...


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