It wouldn't surprise me if the update was postponed.Again.And rightfully so in my opinion if there is nasty MP bug remaining.
It wouldn't surprise me if the update was postponed.Again.
@Grond0 "That sounds like an odd interpretation of Naturalism. Do you have any source suggesting that non-rationality is seen as unacceptable?"Because the whole core of Naturalism is that only rational inference is reliable/valid. If something is non-rational it, by definition, runs counter to Naturalism.2. If naturalism is true, then all beliefs can be fully explained in terms of nonrational causes. Naturalism holds that nature is all that exists, and that all events in nature can be explained without using supernatural or other nonnatural causes. Naturalists claim that all events must have physical causes, and that human thoughts can ultimately be explained in terms of material causes or physical events (such as neurochemical events in the brain) that are nonrational. 3. Therefore, if naturalism is true, then no belief is rationally inferred (from 1 and 2)4. We have good reason to accept naturalism only if it can be rationally inferred from good evidence. 5. Therefore, there is not, and cannot be, good reason to accept naturalism.Naturalism undercuts itself. If naturalism is true, then we cannot sensibly believe it or virtually anything else.