Bruno Marchal wrote:
> Then if you take your theory seriously enough you will be lead to
> Chalmers or Penrose sort of theory which needs actual non Turing
> emulable stuff to make singular your experience or even "local nature".

I don't see why.

The idea that computation can't lead to what you call "stuffy"
is not based on some non-computational property of matter.

It is based on the idea that computation is just an abstract
of physical behaviour, and real existence cannot spring from abstract
descriptions, any more than the characters in a novel can
come to life.

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