On 12/26/2011 2:09 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
Even if the physics is not concrete, but purely phenomenological as
indicated by steps 1-7 of the UDA, and if the consciousness supervenes on
it, it is still physical supervenience, surely.
Not in the usual sense of supervenience, or what I call sup-phys. It is a notion
invented by the materialist/naturalist.
We can still have (and we shoud have) a remaining comp-phys supervenience.
I guess I should make this clearer. SUP-PHYS is SUP-PRIMITIVE-PHYS.
So are saying that consciousness must always supervene on physics, but that the physics
(and the consciousness) is not fundamental; Both arise from computation?
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