On 17 Sep, 17:35, David Nyman <david.ny...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 2009/9/17 Bruno Marchal <marc...@ulb.ac.be>:
> > Then for the inside/personal views, the whole of human math including
> > Cantor paradise cannot be enough to describe the human mind. It is
> > more general:
> In that case, what light does the comp approach shed on the 'causal
> significance' of the inside view - i.e. with reference to the presumed
> 'causal closure' of the physical narrative and the supposed
> epiphenominalism or over-determination of consciousness with respect
> to behaviour - Chalmers' zombies etc?

Standard CTM holds that tokens of computation are identical to
tokens of physical activity, so they have whatever causal
powers their physical realisers have.

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