I will comment your post asap. But I have to go (busy day).

Have  a nice day,


On 07 Sep 2011, at 22:42, Craig Weinberg wrote:

On Sep 7, 10:36 am, Bruno Marchal <> wrote:
On 06 Sep 2011, at 22:30, Craig Weinberg wrote:

What accounts for substitution level?

It is the level where your local constituants can be replaced by
digital device without changing your private experience.

That doesn't account for the phenomena, it just defines the meaning of
the term.

The phenomenon, in this case, is simply "no change in my consciousness
other than the usual one, when I do thing"

But I mean why would the substitution level be at any particular level
rather than another. Why is it a fixed level rather than a
relativistic continuum?


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