It seems to be that the theory that's over there so far is still incomplete- a sort of 'halfway house' to a possible proof of universal values. As I stated;

the notion of a ‘timeless decision theory’ is oxy-moronic, what exists on the platonic level is no more a ‘decision theory’ than mechanics is ‘timeless thermodyamics’ or algebra is ‘timeless statistics’

If you carry their ideas further you will see the distinction between preference versus decision making start to blur. Remember, the theory assumes a platonic (timeless) reality, and whatever is on the platonic level is by definition universal. If anything resembling a set of preferences over all minds appears on that level then universal values will be proved.

Lets see if I'm finally right about this and at last 'universal values' are proven.

Your description does not sound like what I read over there. The Smoking Lesion and Murder Lesion both take for granted the desirability of activities most readers personally don't approve of. So it is subjective and depends on a unique utility function. The issue of disposition vs decision is distinct from one of determinism vs probability. I predict you will continue to be universally ridiculed.

It seems to be that the theory that's over there so far is still incomplete- a sort of 'halfway house' to a possible proof of universal values. As I stated;

the notion of a ‘timeless decision theory’ is oxy-moronic, what exists on the platonic level is no more a ‘decision theory’ than mechanics is ‘timeless thermodyamics’ or algebra is ‘timeless statistics’

If you carry their ideas further you will see the distinction between preference versus decision making start to blur. Remember, the theory assumes a platonic (timeless) reality, and whatever is on the platonic level is by definition universal. If anything resembling a set of preferences over all minds appears on that level then universal values will be proved.

Lets see if I'm finally right about this and at last 'universal values' are proven.

Your description does not sound like what I read over there. The Smoking Lesion and Murder Lesion both take for granted the desirability of activities most readers personally don't approve of. So it is subjective and depends on a unique utility function. The issue of disposition vs decision is distinct from one of determinism vs probability. I predict you will continue to be universally ridiculed.