... or akin to this from the QTI thread:
> In the standard view, believing in
> philosophical zombies means believing that it's logically possible for
> there to be a physical copy of me that's identical to me in every
> physical way, except that it's not conscious. (Like Dennett, I think
> that's logically impossible.)

On Nov 7, 11:05 am, Tom Caylor <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> My interpretation/intent of my below statement is a simple logically
> consistent statement, akin to saying that a person's subjective point
> of view is subjective, or more closely, a person's point of view is
> personal (i.e. from the point of view of a person), or 1+1=2.  Not all
> absolutist statements can be easily contradicted.  Only the
> inconsistent ones can.
> On Nov 7, 10:55 am, "A. Wolf" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > > (By the way, the personal God is the only one in whom a
> > > person can possibly believe, but that could be another topic.)
> > Absolutist statements make proof by contradiction easy.  :)
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