>
> Do you mean you can have exact human external behavior replica without
> consciousness ? or with a different consciousness (than a human) ?
>
> If 1st case then if you can't find any difference between a real human and
> the
> replica lacking consciousness how could you tell the replica is lacking
> consciouness (or that the human have consciousness) ?
>
> If the second case, I don't understand what could be a different
> consciousness, could you elaborate ?
>
> Quentin Anciaux

Stathis is as entitled to imagine that your assumptions are wrong as you
are his. He merely has to say "something". It doesn;t matter what. he can
imagine it. I can imagine it. Only you seem to think you have the
physicaal facts of consciousness sorted out, when you merely have a
linguistic argument sorted out.

Colin



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