Le 07-sept.-06, à 03:19, Stathis Papaioannou a écrit :

> Why do you disagree that one of the bitstrings is conscious? It seems 
> to
> me that "the subcollection of bitstrings that corresponds to the 
> actions of
> a program emulating a person under all possible inputs" is a 
> collection of
> multiple individually conscious entities, each of which would be just 
> as
> conscious if all the others were wiped out.

To be clear I agree on this.
But we have to keep in mind that the wiping out of the others will 
change the probabilities of what you can be conscious about. This lead 
to the measure problem and the rise of physics from comp.



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