Re: Dissident versus ASP
Anthony Towns <email@example.com> writes:
> The claim is that:
> Dissident test + Practical objections == Can't close the ASP loophole
> and, furthermore that that equality goes both ways. That is that
> the Dissident test is just another way of saying that the only ways
> you're allowed to close the ASP loophole are ones which are practically
Sorry, when I say I agree with this claim, I mean the => direction.
The <= direction is surely false; for example, I formulated the
dissident test long before the ASP loophole (of any sort) had ever
been pointed out to me.