David Nyman wrote:
> Now, you don't of course have to accept COMP.  But if you want to be a
> physical realist, it means you can only hang on to the computational
> explanation of mind by eliminating the mind itself from reality.
> Personally, not being committed to such an explanation, this doesn't
> in itself constitute my problem with current physical accounts.  The
> alternative is rather that physics as an account of mind must be
> incomplete, or else it is wrong.   But that's another story.

Is the physics account of life incomplete or wrong?  Do you consider "life" to 
have been 


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