On Fri, Feb 4, 2011 at 7:20 AM, Bruno Marchal <marc...@ulb.ac.be> wrote:

> IF comp is correct, the SWE has to be deduced from comp, and not to be
> postulated.

How do you think this might be approached?

You have demonstrated a chain of reasoning (MGA+AUDA) that starts with
the assumption of "yes doctor" and concludes that the subjective
appearance (both 1st and 3rd person perspective) of physical matter
must be explained by extracting digital physics from modal logic.
(Forgive the perhaps oversimplified summary.)

Let's assume, for the purposes of furthering the argument, that the
above is all sound and reasonable.

So what's next?

The SWE is exceptionally well supported empirically, so having it
"fall out" of your reasoning rather than being postulated would be a
very convincing argument in your favor.

Johnathan Corgan

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