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Pavitra comments on 31 Laws of Fun - Less Wrong

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Comment author: Pavitra 18 June 2012 03:32:46AM 2 points [-]

False dichotomy. You could also specify an algorithm which, when supplied with a thing as input, produces at output either "include" or "exclude". There may also be more options than "include" and "exclude" per thing; for example, some things could appear only under certain conditions, or with a probability not equal to zero or one. Things that are included can also occur at different relative rates.