1Z wrote:

> > Remember that comp relies on arithmetical platonism.

> Your version does. Computationalism is standardly
> "the thesis that cognition is computation."

> In other words, your argument really has two premises -- AR and
> (standard) computationalism. You have bundled them together into
> "comp".

The Yes-Doctor scenario using Bruno-comp should really be
a case of saying "yes" to the proposal:

"I'm just going to shoot you. I'm
not going to make the slightest effort to reconsitute you,
teleport you, computerise you, or anything else.
You already exist in Platonia, you always did, and you will continue to"

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