On Thu, Mar 03, 2011 at 10:48:38AM +0100, Bruno Marchal wrote:
> So I will be franc. The problem of interaction is not solved at all,
> even between third person describable objects. And the problem of
> how many first person "really" exist is also an open problem,
> although I tend more and more to believe that there is only one
> first person: the universal person described by the arithmetical
> hypostases. Although personal consciousness is not an illusion,
> self-identity can be. But, please note that I am speculating here.
> And there do exist some evidence that the numbers of person could be
> at least two. That would be the case if the "whole truth" is a sort
> of person. Very complex question.

The arithmetical hypostases strike me being but a skeleton shared by
all first persons - just like we share a common set of DNA (more 99%)
that makes us human, but there is sufficient variation that makes each
of us a unique human, even monozygotic twins.


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