2012/2/28 Craig Weinberg <whatsons...@gmail.com>

> On Feb 28, 10:43 am, Quentin Anciaux <allco...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > Comp substitute "consciousness"... such as you could not feel any
> > difference (in your consciousness from your POV) if your brain was
> > substituted for a digital brain.
>
> What if you have two digital substitute brains? Do you become both
> copies yourself at once


No


> and still not feel any difference? If not, and
> you are in brain A, do you appear inside brain B if you turn brain A
> off?
>
> Brain A and Brain B will feel has being a continuation of the you "before"
substitution... they'll both be your future you and both feel it... the you
before is no more. (even if you keep your "current" body... it's just
adding a brain C... and same reasonning).


> Disembodied consciousness is silly.
>
> I don't think consciousness can exist without a body and an environment...
without that what to be conscious of ? The substitution is not something
about disembodiment.

Quentin


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