Hal Finey wrote:

>If imperfect or diverged copies are to be considered as 
>lesser-degree selves, is there an absolute rule which applies, 
>an objective reality which governs the extent to which two 
>different individuals are the same "self", or is it ultimately 
>a matter of taste and opinion for the individuals involved to 
>make the determination?  Is this something that reasonable 
>people can disagree on, or is there an objective truth about 
>it that they should ultimately come to agreement on if they 
>work at it long enough?

The former. Remember: "There's no arguing about taste".

Jonathan Colvin

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