"J. Maxwell Legg" writes:
>> It's irrational for the mind cores to agree to disagree about the
>> of either of their modules.
>> This suggests that the sort of irrationality needed here must be very
>> deep; there can't be a rational but dumb part of you that considers
>> whether parts of you are irrational.
>What I think you should be saying is that there is an inability to make the
>measurements of irrationality because of the secretive person's unwillingness
>to be measured.
No that's not what I meant at all.