On Mar 10, 2006, at 1:08 PM, Elliott C. Evans wrote:
Christopher H. wrote:
The Spock rule allows only objectively observable attributes of a
koan to be
relevant. Spock can't passively observe an obscured pyramid, so
Sorry to throw the rulebook at you, but it's only logical that Spock
would ask the master a question.
The Spock Rule assumes Spock *is* the master. Spock should be able
to correctly mark the koan, just looking at it, knowing no details of
its construction and using only what he can see.