On Nov 2, 2008, at 8:31 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
> Assuming comp the answer should be this:
>
> If you agree that you survive (100%) in some car accident where you
> lose some 90% of "you" (third and first person descriptions), then
> accepting one halve in the WM perfect duplication, entails P= 1/2 for
> your asymmetrical (wounded/not wounded) duplication.

I am willing to assume comp, but I don't agree (and don't think comp  
implies) that I survive 100% in some car accident where I lose 90% of  
"me". I think that I survive 10%. But we may not be disagreeing about  
anything but how to use language at this point.

-- Kory


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