On 1/27/2012 9:20 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
Pierz, Craig, I disagree. Consciousness can be explained as a non 3p describable fixed point when machine's observe themselves.
Why is this not 3p describable? Your explanation of it seems to imply a description. Brent
This provides a key role to consciousness, including the ability to develop meanings, to speed decisions, to make decision in absence of information, etc. Consciousness is not explainable in term of any parts of something, but as an invariant in universal self-transformation. If you accept the classical theory of knowledge, then Peano Arithmetic is already conscious.
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