On 14 Aug, 09:48, Bruno Marchal <marc...@ulb.ac.be> wrote:

> You are dismissing the first person indeterminacy. A stuffy TM can run
> a computation. But if a consciousness is attached to that computation,
> it is automatically attached to an infinity of immaterial and relative
> computations as well,

There's your Platonism. If nothing immaterial exists (NB "nothing",
I don't make exceptions for just a few pixies or juse a few numbers)
there is nothiign for a cosnc. to attach itself to except a propbably
small, probabuily singular set of stuiffy brains and computers.

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