2012/2/28 Craig Weinberg <whatsons...@gmail.com>
> On Feb 28, 5:15 pm, Quentin Anciaux <allco...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > the you
> > before is no more.
> That's what I have been arguing all along. Yes, doctor = Yes, death.
No... tell me where is the you of 1 second ago ? When I say no more.. I
mean that... the you now, is not the you of one second ago, that you one
second ago is in the past, he is in the past and nowhere to be found in the
current moment, in the current moment, there is only the current you.
Beside that, that identity question is the same in MWI context.
> It's delightful that there will be a digital imposter/identical twin
> who believes that they are someone with the same qualities that I
> believed I had, before I died, but it really it invalidates any
> pretensions comp has of honoring 1p experience.
> > > Disembodied consciousness is silly.
> > > I don't think consciousness can exist without a body and an
> Wait, so we actually agree on something?
> > without that what to be conscious of ? The substitution is not something
> > about disembodiment.
> Bruno says all kinds of arithmetic dreams. But how can the
> substitution not be synonymous with disembodied 'processes'? What
> binds the experience of the program to the silicon?
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All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain.
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