On Jul 28, 3:53 pm, Jason Resch <jasonre...@gmail.com> wrote:
>One of Craig's main ideas is that things made of carbon can feel certain
Mais non! Being made of carbon isn't important in theory, it's having
the experience of a living organism with a nervous system that
dictates whether it can feel certain ways. If you can get silicon to
become a living organism with a nervous system then it could very well
feel the same ways. You may have to recapitulate the entire experience
of life on a planet, a geology, ecosystem, etc within the organism as
well. It could take hundreds of millions of years. If you used one
real neuron (probably need a group of real neurons in practice) you
might be able to skip all that.
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