Le 30-juil.-05, à 17:18, Aditya Varun Chadha a écrit :

I think Mazer has put this across quite nicely, so I pause here.

I agree with you and Jesse Mazer. Except that Jesse points on a "speculation on the observer-moments", where I find enough to speculate on the truth on the comp hypothesis which is implicitly or explicitly a common hypothesis in both physics and cognitive science.

Since there is nothing specifically human about my idea of
"observer-moments" this analogy doesn't really work.


I agree more with this version of "observer-moments". An assumption
that an "observer" is a human or even a "biological" entity is being
narrow-minded IMO.

OK. Many people tend to forget that rather key point.



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