1Z wrote:
>> And
>> surely this is what prevents us from having the kind of 'multiple'
>> experiences you have in mind. In fact, it illustrates the fundamental
>> intension of the indexical term 'I' - other 'versions' of ourselves,
>> informationally separated temporally and/or spatially, could equally
>> validly be considered clones from any given 'present' pov.
> I don't see how POV's can be logically prior
> to a space time structure.

I don't think logical priority makes any sense except in an axiomatic deduction 
- which as an empiricist you probably consider irrelevant to spacetime.  POV's 
are epistemologically prior to spacetime.

Brent Meeker

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