On 02/10/2007, Vladimir Nesov <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Also single mind can be regarded as collection of parts interacting
> with each other. If each part can be regarded as its information
> content, each physical implementation ties together instantiations of
> parts. If single mind can be implemented by multiple implementations,
> each of these implementations also implements all parts of mind, so
> mind can be composed of different parts, where each of the parts is
> implemented in different universe. So, brain can be half- p-zombie and
> half-conscious.

I don't see in what sense it could be a single mind if part of it is
zombified. If your visual cortex were unconscious, you would be blind,
and you would know you were blind. (Except for unusual situations like
Anton's Syndrome, where people don't realise that they're blind).

Stathis Papaioannou

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