On Wed, Mar 7, 2012 at 1:11 PM, David Nyman <da...@davidnyman.com> wrote:

> "The 1-view from its own perspective" can NEVER be plural.


  > After duplication there are two people,

One person.

> > each of whom must possess a singular perspective.

Yes, both brains have a single identical perspective.

> > Both of these persons would recall being unsure in Helsinki where he
> would end up

Yes, both would recall identical things.

> Do you dissent from this?.

Only the part about "there are two people", there are two bodies but only
one conscious person in that symmetrical room because if you swap their
positions subjectively there is no difference and objectively there is no
difference so it's not much of a jump to conclude there is no difference
between them.

 John K Clark

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